Sign in
Download Opera News App





Pregnancy period

2 Simple Ways To Tell If A Woman Is Pregnant.

Every woman is different. In the same way, so are their pregnancies. Not every woman has the same symptoms from one pregnancy to the next, or even from one pregnancy to the next. People have trouble telling the difference between early pregnancy and premenstrual symptoms because they are often the same. Also, not all women show the typical early signs of pregnancy. Because of this, a lot of people might not know they are going to have a baby. WebMD and the Cleveland Clinic say that there are two easy ways to find out if you are pregnant.

1. Tender, swollen breasts.

Changes in the breasts are also an early sign of pregnancy. After a woman gets pregnant, her hormone levels change quickly. After a week or two, the changes may make their breasts swell, hurt, or tingle. They could also feel heavier, fuller, or softer when you touch them. Also, the area around the nipples, called the areola, may get darker. There are other things that could cause breast changes. But keep in mind that if the changes are early signs of pregnancy, it will take your body a few weeks to adjust to the new hormone levels. But when it does, the pain in the breasts should go away.

2. Feeling sick in the morning, at midday, and in the evening.

Despite its name, this sign of pregnancy can happen at any time of day or night. Vomiting can start a few months after getting pregnant or as early as two weeks in. Nausea can be mild, moderate, or severe, and not everyone gets it. Different women can feel sick without throwing up in different ways. Almost half of pregnant women throw up at some point. Even though feeling sick during pregnancy is pretty common, it can become a problem if you start to feel dehydrated. Hyperemesis gravidarum is a condition that makes pregnant women feel very sick and have trouble swallowing food and liquids. Call your doctor right away if you are very dehydrated and feeling sick.

Content created and supplied by: Bolanle (via Opera News )

Cleveland Clinic Tender WebMD


Load app to read more comments