Thursday, February 16, 2012

Early Signs of Pregnancy First 2 Weeks

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As well we know that there are several symptoms in early pregnancy, including for the early signs of pregnancy first 2 weeks! One of the clearly symptoms in the first 2 weeks, you may begin to notice your missed period (especially if you have regular period with 28 days of cycle).

You may also like to know about pregnancy symptoms before missed period, before continuing!

But if you do a home pregnancy test in this time (first 2 weeks after conception or 14 days after ovulation), the chance to get a positive test is lower because your body still produce less amount of pregnancy hormone that make your home pregnancy test cannot detect your pregnancy properly. Just keep relax (avoid stress) and wait for next 7-10 days to retry your home pregnancy test! Get a clinic pregnancy test for more accurate result if necessary!

The chart below estimates the most common early signs of pregnancy for first two weeks or 14 days after conception. One thing you should clearly understand that most of the early pregnancy symptoms in the chart are uncertain symptoms, which means you may also experience these symptoms when you get your period (not-pregnant).

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So thus if you feel these signs – then it doesn’t mean you might be pregnant because they are only uncertain symptoms in pregnancy. Once again, to get more accurate result to find that you are pregnant or not – you need to do a home pregnancy test, or clinic pregnancy test if necessary.

According to the chart above, the most common pregnancy symptoms in the first 2 weeks are exhaustion, dull cramps, flatulence, bloating, backache, tender breasts, nausea, increased breasts-size, sensitive nipples, and frequent urination!

Most of those symptoms are believed due to the increasing hormones of pregnancy (especially progesterone), particularly for the early pregnancy signs like fatigue, flatulence, bloating, and backache!

Changes in the breasts & nipples are also believed because of the higher amount of pregnancy hormones produced in early pregnancy, which can lead to increased blood flow and eventually cause changes to the breast tissues.

For nausea can come anytime but morning is usually the heaviest time since your stomach is usually empty in the morning, that’s why nausea in early pregnancy is often referred to morning sickness. There are no clearly causes of nausea in early pregnancy but many experts believe that the rising levels of progesterone & hCG are the major cause. Furthermore, stress may be another possible cause.

In early pregnancy, the amount of fluids and blood increases significantly which eventually believed for the major cause why some pregnant women get frequent urination. This sign can be more often in line of the pregnancy progress (the increased size of your uterus which eventually can give more pressure on your bladder).

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