Am I Pregnant?
The only way to get proof is to take a pregnancy test. Before a missed period, there are many classic symptoms of pregnancy from morning sickness to strange cravings. Some women may experience symptoms within weeks of conception.
If you’re experiencing any of these symptoms, we highly advise you to take a pregnancy test and see a physician
- Difference in Menstruation
A missed or delayed period is the most common pregnancy symptom. Once you have become pregnant, you should miss your next period. Some women may experience spotting or light bleeding.
- Tender Breast
- Morning Sickness
Contrary to the name, morning sickness can occur at anytime. Morning sickness affects more than half of all pregnant women. Nausea and vomiting usually begins during the first month of pregnancy and may continue to the third or fourth month.
- Frequent Urination
Remember, if you think you’re pregnant, see a physician for a pregnancy test!