Early Signs Of Pregnancy

Experiencing certain aches and ailments that have made you anxious about the next nine months? While a pregnancy test can help confirm pregnancy with high certainty, a woman's body is the first line of response when it comes to letting her know if she is expecting a bundle of joy. As it is poor judgment to treat one symptom as proof, everyone should consider each sign individually, and if they have experienced at least three, it may be time for serious planning. The sooner a woman determines if she is pregnant, the better she can prepare.

Sore Breasts

Sore breasts are a common problem for new and expectant mothers, and this symptom can arise as early as one to two weeks after conception. As for the reason why women may experience tenderness in their breasts when pregnant, it has to do with hormonal changes in the body. A woman's breasts are preparing for their future job as the supplying nourishment for the child. This hormonal shift can lead to darkening of the nipples or areolae, and an increase in breast size. The good news is this pain and tenderness is fleeting, and it will typically subside after a few weeks, as the woman's body will have adjusted to the hormonal changes.

Next, discover how feeling tired all the time can indicate pregnancy.

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