Being pregnant is probably the most amazing feeling any girl could have. Mostly as early signs of pregnancy people consider a missed period, but looking it broadly there could be many signals from your body saying “congratulations” you are pregnant. These signals could be body temperature, nausea, vomiting etc.
The first three months, generally called the first trimester, is a crucial stage of pregnancy. It is a period of major development for the fetus and a stage where the mother faces a range of physical and emotional changes. Let us have a look at the changes that an expecting mother is likely to go through during this stage.
Early signs of pregnancy
Although we have often heard about expecting mothers feeling ‘morning sickness’, the fact is that you might feel nauseous at any time of the day. Frequent snacking helps ease this feeling. However, in case of severe nausea, followed by vomiting, you should immediately consult your doctor.
Fatigue Most women feel exhausted during this period, as the body needs to work on the development of the fetus and thus, uses a lot of energy. Take adequate rest and you could do with catching some ‘power nap’ during the afternoon to charge your body.
As the body undergoes hormonal changes during pregnancy, the breasts might feel larger, heavier and a bit sore to touch. Nothing to worry about, go for comfortable wear to alleviate the feeling.
A pink or brown-colored stain in your underwear, followed by some cramp, is quite common. It generally occurs during very early pregnancy when the egg implants itself in the uterus.
Known as ‘micturition’ in medical terms, one might experience a need to pass urine more often. It happens as the uterus grows and exerts increasing pressure on the bladder.
Cravings or distaste
Women, generally, develop a craving for some foods or distaste for some others. Many share that they could not stand the smell of some foods, often including ones they earlier used to like.
Keeping these things in mind can help you deal well with the early months of pregnancy. Always consult your doctor for any query or concern and never skip the routine check-up.
Post by- Sejuti