How Do You Know If You Are Pregnant?
In general, pregnant women do not experience pregnancy reactions, such as nausea and vomiting, until about 35 days of pregnancy (the number of days of pregnancy is counted from the first day of the last menstrual period). If these symptoms are noticed, they should be eing at a hospital for a medical examination or testing with a Taeing urine pregnancy test strip. If it is determined that you are pregnant, you should do a good job of fetal protection in time.
The earliest reaction to pregnancy is delayed menstruation. The fertilized egg is usually implanted in the uterine lining 1 week after intercourse. If you want to determine whether pregnancy is medically possible as early as possible, you can go to the hospital's gynecology department for blood HCG monitoring and diagnosis. Most women have early pregnancy reactions such as nausea, vomiting, fatigue, lethargy, loss of appetite, picky eating, and frequent urination only after about 6 weeks of menopause.
Symptoms after conception
1. Delayed menstruation: If menstruation has been very regular, once it is not due for more than a week, the possibility of pregnancy should be considered. This is the earliest signal of pregnancy, and the longer the expiration time, the greater the likelihood of pregnancy.
2. Tired: Always energetic, are you suddenly feeling exhausted? Almost all pregnant women suffer from this condition. You can watch for other symptoms to confirm your suspicions.
3. Leucorrhea will increase, and its color, smell, and viscosity will not change.
4. Elevated basal body temperature: When some of the above symptoms occur, basal body temperature can be measured daily. Pregnant women often have an elevated basal body temperature.
5. Early pregnancy reaction: After menopause, pregnant women will gradually feel some abnormal phenomena, called early pregnancy reaction. The earliest reaction is afraid of cold, and then gradually feel fatigue, lethargy, dizziness, loss of appetite, picky eating, fear of smelling oil and cloying smell, early morning nausea, and even vomiting.
6. Breast changes: If your breasts feel tingling, tender, and swollen, you may be pregnant. This symptom may appear in the first few days after conception.
7. Frequent urination: Due to the gradual enlargement of the uterus after pregnancy, the pressure on the bladder increases the number of urination, but there is no urgency and pain symptoms of urinary tract infection.