Could I Be Pregnant? 

9 Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Am I pregnant, or could my period be coming? Did I eat something weird? If you're trying to conceive (or even if you're not), you may feel hypersensitive to changes in your body.

Some women experience pregnancy symptoms within the first few weeks, while others will develop symptoms later (or not at all). Each woman's experience is unique.

The top 19 most common signs of pregnancy in the first one to six weeks include:

The most obvious symptom of early pregnancy symptom is a missed period. Although, some women will continue to have their period throughout pregnancy too.

Missed Period

Implantation bleeding occurs around ten to fourteen days after conception when the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall. It might seem like an expected menstrual cycle (period), but it is typically a much lighter bleed.

Implantation Bleeding and Spotting

Nausea morning sickness can be present with or without vomiting. It is most common in the first trimester when significant pregnancy hormone changes occur. Many women feel nausea earlier in their pregnancy.

Nausea and Vomiting

Hormonal change can leave your breasts tired, sore, heavy, or full. You may notice they start to feel uncomfortable in tight clothing. Pregnancy hormonal changes that surge throughout the body can cause tender, swollen breasts.

Breast Tenderness

Fatigue also ranks high among early symptoms of pregnancy. Some women will likely feel extra tired or run down throughout pregnancy. It may feel challenging to complete your regular daily routine.


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