What changes are there on the earlier stages of pregnancy?
* missed period * swollen/tender breasts * change in color of the breasts (typically darker) * frequent urination * abdominal cramping * fatigue * being tired * nausea
* backaches * headaches * food cravings
You would have reasonably heavy bleeding that is generally quite painful (if you are in the earlier stages of pregnancy) In the later stages of pregnancy, once you are regularly feeling your baby move, if you have not felt your baby move in 12 hours, you should go to the hospital, however it does not neccessarily mean that you have lost your baby
Oily skin can result from hormone changes, but those can be part of PMS as well as early pregnancy. I always get oilier skin the week before my period. With my last pregnancy (which ended in MC at 9 weeks) my skin was SUPER oily. I didnt' think much about it until I realized I was pregnant. I didn't notice it that much in earlier pregnancies however, which is why it didn't tip me off…
there are loads of different symptoms of pregnancy, there are short term, long term& early stages and just before labour stages. all pregnancy's are different in there own way but the way symptoms are; morning sickness, mood changes, weird cravings, back pain, you may start to feel tired after shorter periods of time and will need to spend time relaxing there's a clear sight of the baby bump?
Basically, the cervix will raise and become fleshy (typically quite hard) during early pregnancy, however, timing is all dependent on the individual. Some experience this change in different periods of the pregnancy; from the earlier stages until quite late in the first trimester. Quite frankly, don't rely on this as a means to determine whether you are pregnant or not. The advice of a professional is always the best answer.
You took a pregnancy test on monday it was negative still didnt get your period took another Saturday it was posative but the line was very faint does that mean you recently got pregnant?
There are many ways to distinguish different stages. One way is measured in trimesters, as I'm sure you've heard of. Others measure weeks, months, fetal growth and development, etc. Try a basic Google search to find a few types of "stages". First trimester: 1-12 weeks of pregnancy Second trimester: 13-27 weeks of pregnancy Third trimester: 28-40+ weeks of pregnancy
Laziness is not a symptom of pregnancy, however tiredness and fatigue is. In the early stages of pregnancy the body is working extremely hard to develop the new baby and going through a lot of changes. Almost all woman report an increase in fatigue and increased sleep during the first few months. This generally goes away in the second trimester and reappears at the end of the pregnancy as far more effort is required to…