This is probably the most commonly shared by pregnant women symptoms. Even in the earliest days of pregnancy, your body prepares for future changes that will face. If a sudden tiredness falls on you when you have not changed your heres sleeping or waking, it's probably that you're "sleeping for two."
You feel daubed
Nothing like morning sickness, which in a few weeks, will require you to rush to the toilet as soon as you put one foot down in the morning. You do not want to vomit smeared but you feel as if the dinner the night before was struggling to pass. And this unpleasant sensation can fall on you at any time of the day. Doctors believe that this is the first indication of hormonal changes occurring in your body for pregnancy.
Your bra is too tight
The levels of estrogen, progesterone and prolactin are on the rise: all these hormonal fluctuations have a direct impact on your chest. Your breasts are heavier than usual, as if you are suffering from pre-menstrual syndrome, and you feel uncomfortable in your bra. If you look carefully you will notice also that surely areolas of your breasts are darker than usual.
Your temperature is a tad higher
When you ovulate, your body temperature rises half a degree thanks to a surge in progesterone. She then sets out again downwards when the rules appear. But if you are pregnant, progesterone levels will stay high and your temperature too. The difference is too small for you to ressentiez, like when you have fever. But if you take your temperature every morning upon waking to find your ovulation days, that's something you might have noticed.
You lose a little blood
Your rules should not arrive before a week and yet you have noticed some blood stains on your underwear. Above all do not worry: it's quite normal to lose a little blood after conception and has nothing to worry about. This happens to about one in three women: doctors call the "implantation bleeding". They are among the warning signs of pregnancy: when the egg implants in the uterine lining, it sometimes damages the lining, causing bleeding.