Pregnancy Symptoms

When do your symptoms begin if you are pregnant?


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2015-07-17 17:47:23
2015-07-17 17:47:23
Pregnancy symptomsYes, it is normal to feel sick in the morning and then feel better after you eat. But it doesn't always mean you are pregnant. And eating may not always help if you are pregnant. If you don't know if you are pregnant yet, go see a doctor or take a home test. If you already know you are, then these symptoms usually go away around he third month. Hang in there it should get better. you.

Many women begin noticing slight symptoms within a day or two of implantation, which usually occurs 7-10 days after conception (not necessarily the same as 7-10 days after sex!). The pregnancy hormone, HCG, is not present in the bloodstream until after implantation, and sometimes can be detected by an early home pregnancy test as soon as 10 days past ovulation if pregnancy has occurred. After implantation, some women begin to feel the typical signs of early pregnancy -- sore breasts, slight nausea, etc. A friend of mine swears she always knew she was pregnant before she missed her period because her sinuses started acting up for no reason with all three of her pregnancies several days before her period was due. It's really very different for every woman. Having no early symptoms is normal, but having several is normal, too.


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