03 Sep What will you feel when you get pregnant?
You may already know that you’re pregnant, otherwise there are signs to look out for. The first sign of pregnancy tends to be missing a period, probably around two weeks after you’ve conceived.
There’s very little research on this topic, and early symptoms of pregnancy are different for everyone. Some women feel the first twinges of pregnancy a week or two after conceiving, while others don’t feel any different for a few months.
Beside missing first sign of pregnancy. You may have some other physical signs as well. These include mild cramping and a little bleeding when the fertilized egg implants itself in your uterus.
Feeling very tired is another common symptom of early pregnancy. Your body is working hard to adjust to all the new physical changes. This can cause extreme fatigue. You may need to sleep longer than usual at night. Whenever possible, take short naps during the day. Your energy will most likely return in the second trimester of pregnancy.
Morning sickness consists of nausea and vomiting. It is caused by pregnancy hormones. Many pregnant women have it to some degree in their first trimester. Regardless of its name morning sickness can occur at any time of day. Certain foods or smells might trigger queasiness or sickness. Some women seem to feel sicker on an empty stomach. Morning sickness usually goes away by the second trimester.
Most women notice changes in their breasts early in pregnancy. The hormones in your body change to prepare for breastfeeding. As this occurs, your breasts may feel tender and swollen. You might notice small bumps forming in the area around your nipples. Your breasts will continue to grow and change throughout your pregnancy. They may feel even bigger and fuller later on.