9 Symptoms to Determine if you are Pregnant Before you Miss your Period

Pregnancy has a lot of symptoms, one of the common symptoms to confirm that a woman is pregnant is when they missed their menstrual period. But not all women who missed their period are pregnant some of them might have monthly period imbalance caused by many factors such as unhealthy habits or health problem issues.

A lot of women today are not ready to conceive a baby but more engage in intimate activities, especially teenagers that’s why they still ended up pregnant. Today we can’t ignore the fact that there are many reckless teenagers who are engaged in a sxual activity not considering the consequences that might happen especially when engaging in unprotected s^x, all they wanna do is to experience the pleasure but after that their minds are full of bothering thoughts thinking if they are pregnant or not.

If a woman had unprotected s^x around the ovulation period i.e, (fertile period), then there is a big possibility that they are pregnant. The most common symptoms that they will experience is menstrual cramps, light spotting or bleeding before a week or two of your missed period. Not all women who experience this situation are considered pregnant but the possibilities are big and it could really be about your pregnancy.

Here are the early signs and symptoms telling that you are pregnant before you missed your period:

1. Nausea

Morning sickness or nausea is the common sign of pregnancy that every pregnant woman notice in early stages. This symptom will affect you weeks of a missed period before your pregnancy is confirmed. You will feel uncomfortable always, feel dizzy, want to throw up more often, and get weak before sunset.

2. Sore, tender and heavy breasts

Breast changes are also early signs of pregnancy. The moment you conceive, hormones send signals to the breasts to get ready in 40 weeks.

3. Fatigue

Fatigue without any heavy task or physical activities is an early symptom of pregnancy. The progesterone hormone will increase and makes your body tired and sleepy all day. Additionally, as your fetus begun to develop your body will require double the amount of your normal blood production, that’s why your body will feel exhausted all the time especially when you are lack of vitamins, iron, minerals, and fluids in your body to provide enough blood for your fetus.

4. Vomiting more often especially in the morning

This may be the reason most people confuse morning sickness with food poisoning or a stomach bug. Pregnancy causes the hormone levels to slow down digestion.

5. Your private area feels swollen and sensitive

You produce more cervical mucus. The milky white discharge will also be thicker than usual. This is due to an increase in progesterone levels.

6. You feel like you are getting menstrual cramps but it’s not your period dates

When the fertilized egg attaches to the uterus lining, implantation bleeding occurs. This is light spotting accompanied with cramps. This should only last a couple of days.

7. Going to the bathroom more often

Whether it’s at night, during the day, the bathroom will be the most visited room in the house. The body is producing more blood, making the kidneys work diligently to filter the blood. Consequently, the bladder is filling up constantly.

8. Falling asleep anywhere and anytime

Your body is working overtime making your womb the perfect place for your baby to grow. It is only normal to want to get in more naps than usual.

9. Always hungry in the middle of the night

You certainly develop a ravenous appetite for certain types of food like desserts or sour things.