About one week after fertilization, the egg is fertilized and placed in the ovary. This causes spots and usually takes one to three days. Usually this bleeding is confused with the menstrual period, but the difference is that this type of bleeding is very mild and fast cut off.
Note: Spotting may also be due to infection.
2. Increased body temperature
Before the ovulation, the body temperature of women increases and returns to normal after several days. But in pregnant women, the temperature is high for a long time and even until the last months.
3. Changes in the breasts
In the first weeks of pregnancy, with increased levels of estrogen, the breasts are painful and bulky, and the skin changes slightly. The nipples are darker and feverish and burning in them.
4. Feeling tired and weak
Fatigue and drowsiness are early signs of getting pregnant. In this case, the progesterone level of your body has risen and the body begins to produce more blood to strengthen the fetus. After testing and determining pregnancy, you should also consult your doctor and use special supplements for pregnancy, iron and folic acid.
5. Feeling nauseous
Nausea and vomiting are the most common signs of pregnancy, often called "morning sickness". This will be experienced with increasing estrogen and progesterone levels. Nausea does not necessarily occur in the morning, it may appear at any time. About 80% of pregnant women have nausea in the first weeks of pregnancy. The severity of morning sickness or nausea symptoms varies in women, but 50% of pregnant women feel nauseous within six weeks of gestation or even before.
6. Craving certain foods or smells
Pregnancy hormones play an important role in this regard. Sudden and severe sensitivity to odors, an overnight appetite, occurs during the first weeks after ovulation, and may persist throughout the term of pregnancy, which is referred to as vascular.
One of the symptoms of pregnancy is abdominal bloating. This is due to increased progesterone. Increasing the levels of hormones prevents the digestion and absorption of gas in the intestines.
8. Frequent urination
The gradual growth of the uterus causes pressure on the bladder. With hormonal changes and double circulation, the kidneys are also more active in filtering blood. As a result, your urge to drain will increase. Frequent urination is a common symptom that will improve after pregnancy.
9. Behavioral changes
The imbalance of hormones affects neurotransmitters in the brain, causing a pregnancy to become susceptible and aggravated. It's best to relax and listen to happy music during this time.
Feeling dizzy is an early sign of pregnancy. These symptoms continue until the first three months of pregnancy and gradually decrease in other stages. However, if you have vertigo with vaginal bleeding and abdominal pain, you should consult your doctor immediately.
The intestinal movements are hardened due to progesterone hormones and reduce the rate of food production through the digestive tract. If you experience this condition with weakness for more than a week, you should have a pregnancy test.
Headache is the most common premenstrual symptom. Hormones lower blood glucose and cause headaches as brain cells attempt to produce more sugar. This problem will be resolved after a good pregnancy is approved by a doctor.
13. Bone pain
Hormonal changes increase stretching of the ligaments and joints, and you will experience bone pain in this case. This condition is often accompanied by fatigue.
14. A strange taste and smell in the mouth
In this case, you feel that you have eaten a metal and your mouth smells metal. These symptoms usually disappear after the first trimester, but may last longer in some women.
15. Thirst too
The frequency of urination and increased blood sugar during pregnancy can make you feel thirsty. During this time, try to consume more hormone levels to balance.
16. Increased nasal mucosa
The high level of nasal congestion is one of the symptoms of pregnancy. In this case, you feel that you should constantly drain your nose.
17. Shortness of breath
Shortness of breath can be a sign of pregnancy because the body needs more oxygen and blood circulation is also responsible for oxygenation. This is normal during the first three months of pregnancy.
18. Increased appetite
During pregnancy, the person sometimes gets hungry and is more likely to eat. This condition is very common in the first 17 weeks because the fetus needs more food for growth.
Tip: Try not to eat sparkling foods during this period because it increases bloating.
19. Vaginal discharge increases
Excessive uterine discharge can be one of the symptoms of pregnancy. These secretions are produced to protect the uterus.
20. Spot and weld on the face
Changes in hormone and blood circulation also affect your skin and cause your lipids to be activated more than before, causing welds and stains on your skin.
21. Weird dreams
It may not be true but strange dreams can be common during the early weeks of pregnancy. These symptoms occur in many women within one or two weeks after ovulation. Pregnancy hormones are strangely elevated and this will even affect your sleep.