What are the Symptoms of Pregnancy?

The first symptoms of pregnancy do not appear in the first day of fertilization. By the way, most women just realize that something is different with the menstrual delay.

What are the Symptoms of Pregnancy?

However, there are small signs and symptoms, which can begin to be noticed as early as 6 days after the intercourse that led to the fertilization of the egg.

Most of the time, the first symptoms of pregnancy go unnoticed, so it is essential to perform a pregnancy test, bought at the pharmacy, to confirm or mislead some suspicion. See below for the symptoms of pregnancy.

What are the symptoms of pregnancy?

Most of the following symptoms and signs may arise even before the menstrual delay, that is, at least 3 weeks after intercourse.

Check out what the symptoms of pregnancy are

  • appearance of acne;
  • aversion to intense odors;
  • unusual fatigue and fatigue;
  • cramps or abdominal pain;
  • pink vaginal discharge;
  • nausea and vomiting, especially early in the morning;
  • abdominal bloating;
  • increased tenderness and pain in the breasts;
  • too much sleep;
  • dizziness;
  • mood swings.

Pregnancy test

If you notice any of these symptoms and suspect you are pregnant, it is best to buy a specific test at the pharmacy to perform at home.

Normally, the pregnancy test is done when the woman notices the menstrual delay, and can do so on the first day.

This is a simple test in which urine is used to check for certain substances that appear with pregnancy. If you are pregnant, the test will give a positive result.

If you have a positive result, you should make an appointment with your gynecologist or obstetrician to request a more accurate pregnancy test, and if confirmed, initiate prenatal follow-up.

If it is negative, and you still have menstrual delay after some time (3 to 5 days), you should buy another test and do it again.

If you are still late after 10 days and the test remains negative, then you should see a gynecologist to see what the reasons are.