- What are the symptoms of pregnancy?
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Breast changes
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Missed period and bloating
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Spotting and cramping
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Nausea (Morning Sickness)
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Fatigue and temperature
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Frequent urination and constipation
- Symptoms of pregnancy - Some more common signs
- FAQ about pregnancy symptoms
FAQ about pregnancy symptoms
Can you be pregnant and not have any symptoms?
Every woman experiences pregnancy differently. There are bizarre stories where women have not realised they were pregnant until they went into labour, these are however few and far between.
Most women experience some of the common symptoms mentioned above in their first few weeks and others may not experience any signs until they are six or seven weeks into their pregnancy.
How early can you show signs of pregnancy?
Pregnancy symptoms tend to become clear at about four weeks from the start of your most recent period.
What are the most common signs of pregnancy?
The most common signs of pregnancy are:
- Heightened taste and sense of smell
- Swollen and sore breasts
- Spotting or missed period
- Morning sickness
- Frequent urination
Is weight gain an early sign of pregnancy?
Weight gain can also be a possible sign of pregnancy as your body may be adversely responding to the rapid increase of hormones. Your body may also be preparing to grow and develop a healthy embryo. Weight gain is expected as your baby and body grow through pregnancy.