- Minor bleeding and cramping
This is commonly referred to as implantation bleeding. It occurs 10 to 14 days after fertilization. This minor bleeding occurs as the fertilized egg tries to attach to the uterine wall. However, it should have a lighter color than your menstruation.
- Changes in your breasts.
Your body will start experiencing hormonal changes. This can have an impact on your breasts. They may become fuller, heavier, and sensitive.
- Spots and Acne.
This happens due to the hormonal changes experienced. If you are prone to acne, you might find yourself experiencing more of them if you get pregnant.
One of the earliest signs of pregnancy is feeling exhausted and tired. This is due to the increase in progesterone hormone. This hormone in high doses can work as a sleep-inducing drug.
This is the most common symptom in many women. This occurs due to the rise of the estrogen hormone. This hormone makes the stomach digest food slower leading to nausea. This is commonly referred to as morning sickness.
- Slight to mild headache
This is also very common due to the increased progesterone levels. It is also important to note that your blood circulation has increased. This could trigger headaches and migraines.
- Mood swings
It’s common for your mood to change from happiness to anger in very few minutes if you are pregnant. This can come as early as two weeks due to the increased hormones.