Symptoms of pregnancy in each woman is different, as well as the level and frequency. Some pregnancy symptoms occur a few days after conception, but there is also a new feel after a few weeks of gestation. The latter, very lucky not to feel anxiety at all.
Some people there who feel the symptoms of pregnancy like menstruation, such as high temperamental. But in general, the symptoms of pregnancy will be felt on the stage of implantation, which is about 8 to 10 days from the time of ovulation. Elapsed after the first trimester, the symptoms will be reduced.
For those of you who really want to have children, here are some signs that can be used as a benchmark if you are pregnant or not. These signs generally can be seen in the first few weeks:
A. Nausea and vomiting
Vomiting and nausea came in the early weeks of pregnancy. Nausea usually occurs in the morning (morning sickness), but there is also the case at any time. Some even feel nauseous all day. Nausea are the result of rapidly rising levels of estrogen produced by the placenta and fetus. To overcome this, eat snacks such as biscuits are not sweet, foods that contain protein and carbohydrates. A glass of milk and apples can be used as a breakfast to reduce nausea.
2. Breast pain and swelling
Your breasts will feel tight, sore and sometimes itchy. The form was starting to grow, because the mammary glands become active to produce breast milk (ASI). Changes in the breast will be very visible, if this is your first pregnancy. This phenomenon is also something to do with the increased number of HCG (Human Chorionic Gonadotropin) hormone produced by the placenta or after implantation.
3. Frequent urination
Pregnancy causes the womb to grow, and will continue to grow are growing fetus. Frequent urination, caused by the enlarging uterus pushing the bladder. Most women will begin to feel it when the pregnancy was a week or two. These complaints will be reduced after 12 weeks gestation, and will arise again when the pregnancy reaches 28 weeks.
4. Excessively tired and lethargic
When pregnant, your body will undergo some significant changes in metabolism. The whole body will begin to adjust to the growing fetus. Body temperature will be elevated, due to the increased amount of progesterone. This sense of lethargy and fatigue, usually only up to 12 weeks of gestation.
5. Bleeding Light / mole
These complaints will occur about 8-10 days after ovulation. This period is often mistaken for menstruation, it’s just a shorter time period than usual. Complaint is due to implantation, after the fertilized egg in the hole and into the endometrial lining.
6. Dizziness or fainting
Although not a lot of moves, all of a sudden you a headache or even fainting. Cause, the content of a growing push the main road arteries in the legs so that blood pressure rises. It could also be due to changes in circulation, when blood vessels in the body dilate and blood pressure decreased.
Constipation or difficult bowel movements and non-current assets are one indicator of the onset of pregnancy. This commonly occurs in early pregnancy. Pregnancy hormones slow the stomach hormone function, so that the absorption of vitamins and other nutrients more leverage. So the food is slower through the gastrointestinal tract and cause constipation.
8. More emotional
The flood of hormones in the body in early pregnancy, it becomes easier to make your emotions. These symptoms will diminish in the second trimester.
9. Stomach feels hot
The more content to grow, growth hormone HCG increases. This improvement can slow digestion and stomach never empty, thus increasing the temperature in the stomach.
10. No Haid
This is most easily recognized sign, especially if your periods regular schedule. It’s good to know when to hold the first and last day of menstruation, for determining the approximate age of the pregnancy and childbirth. Even so, not having periods can also be caused by a disorder or disease.
Although the above signs can be your guide, you also can check with a pregnancy (testpack) and still went to the gynecologist. Examination of the urine test is to measure whether there are elevated levels of the hormone HCG in the urine and blood, which is increased in the first week of conception.
This test will be more effective with urine released in the morning, because at this point that the amount of HCG hormone increases. The test results are also more accurate for 10-14 days gestation. Although it can be done at home, but not 100% accuracy of the results of the examination in the hospital. Currently, the pregnancy can be detected by ultrasound (ultrasonography), so the picture of the fetus can be seen clearly.