There are lots of signs and symptoms telling that a woman is pregnant, can be clinical or also what is common to variety of cultural and many other aspects..
Here, I would love to share 5 somewhat accurate signs telling you that there's a one month old baby growing inside your cozy tummy^^
1. Vaginal bleeding
This can happen several times of which would somewhat indicates an accurate sign of pregnancy.. This happens when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterus (the womb) lining. This process usually starts just after 6 days after fertilization and you would see the vaginal bleeding sign around week or so after that. Note that the bleeding is light and usually lasts for a very short time only.
2. Swollen breasts
Simply said, it's due to increased levels of hormones, hence higher sensitivity and increased soreness in the breasts. The soreness is different from what you might feel just before you have your period. It's somehow more "painful".. This sign stays till your first trimester.
3. Nausea and vomiting
Commonly called morning sickness. But it's not necessarily happen in the morning.. It can be at any other time of the day or night, or even the whole day!
4. Sensitivity to odors
It's due to the higher sensitivity towards odors.. You may feel like throwing out, or the odor simply irritates you. The food you usually like can turn into what you may not be able to accept anymore..
5. Extreme fatigue
Ever feel like you are constantly exhausted and out of energy? Of course it's normal to be tired, but not normal if you collapsed earlier than you used to doing the same chores.. Many believe that it is the increased levels of progesterone that contribute to this effect.
Another sign you can check is your early morning body temperature. You, yourself can notice the changes of your body temperature, nonetheless, it's best if you can ask your husband whether it's warmer than usual or not:)
Personally get yourself an over- the- counter UPT (Urine Pregnancy Test), and with all the signs and if the UPT result is positive, have a check with a doctor. You can make a move to seriously help this baby grow:)
Welcome to watch a video I've edited from National Geography show:)