What early pregnancy signs are you experiencing? Maybe there are signs that you didn’t even think about! This poll has already been used by over 5,500 pregnant women, so it is quite a good documentation of what signs of pregnancy we all feel.
Most women will realize that they are pregnant by their menstruation being overdue. A pregnancy test then confirms the successful conception.
However, there are other early pregnancy signs too. Some of the more or less common signs of pregnancy are nausea (morning sickness), feeling exhausted, implantation bleeding, BBT rise, and tender breasts. There are other symptoms too, and you can read about 9 early pregnancy signs here.
Implantation bleeding and a BBT (Basal Body Temperature) rise are two signs that you can experience even before your period is overdue. Exciting!
The implantation usually occurs about 10 days after ovulation, i.e., in your 4th week of pregnancy.
If you are charting your basal body temperature, a BBT rise can often be the very first sign of pregnancy.
Which early pregnancy signs are you experiencing?
Let’s do our own survey! In the poll on pregnancy signs below, we have listed the most common early pregnancy symptoms. Vote by choosing all the symptoms you experienced.
More than 5,500 women from all over the world have already shared their situation in the poll!
If morning sickness is one of your pregnancy symptoms, make sure you read the article below on remedies for morning sickness that actually can provide relief. Most popular remedies don’t; they just put a hole in your wallet!
More about Early Pregnancy
- Pregnant Week By Week Guide
- Early Signs Of Being Pregnant
- The Unexpected Benefits Of Morning Sickness
- Remedies For Morning Sickness That Work (And Not)
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Paula Dennholt founded Easy Baby Life in 2006 and has been a passionate parenting and pregnancy writer since then. Her parenting approach and writing is based on studies in cognitive-behavioral models and therapy for children and her experience as a mother and stepmother. Life as a parent has convinced her of how crucial it is to put relationships before rules. She strongly believes in positive parenting and a science-based approach.
Paula cooperates with a team of pediatricians that you find here. They write or review all health-related articles.