When you hope to be pregnant and haven’t missed your period – or it’s a day or two too late – it’s relatively easy to interpret almost any physical symptom as a sign of pregnancy. It’s not uncommon to feel symptoms in the first week or two of your pregnancy – or even earlier.
Not sure if you are pregnant? Here are 14 symptoms that are among the most common during the first few weeks of pregnancy.
The frequency of migraines can increase with pregnancy. Many women who get hormonal migraines find that they get more of it during, especially early in pregnancy, Pitman explains. However, some people have the opposite experience and get a little delay in migraines while pregnant.
Nausea is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy. It is caused by an increase in hormone levels (about 80 percent of women suffer from “morning sickness” during the first three months of pregnancy). For many, morning sickness is not limited to the morning – some feel it all day long.