I think pregnant? Am I? Am I not?. If you answer these questions below and you get a positive answer for each, there’s a high probability you are. Take a look at some of them:
When did you last have sex.
Consider whether you practiced safe sex. If you didn’t use condom or any other preventive measures, you are likely to have gotten pregnant
When was my last menstruation period?
If you go past your expected date by a week or more, that could be an indicator that you’re pregnant.
Try to remember the last time you had your period. If it’s been more than a month, it could mean you’re pregnant.
This indicator might not be foolproof, especially if you have irregular periods.
Are there changes in my breasts?
Hormones fluctuate in your body when you become pregnant, this often result to tenderness and swelling in your breasts. It might be painful at first but soon you’ll adapt
Am I feeling so tired?
Pregnancy often bring on fatigue. You’re growing a new humam in you, and that’s hard work.
Am I frequently urinating?
Notice if you’re running to the bathroom more to urinate. This symptom, like many of the symptoms you’ll experience during the early stage of your pregnancy is due to a change in your hormones.
Do i experience mood swings?
If you find you’re crying at the drop of a hat or snapping at your loved ones, that could be an indicator you’re pregnant.
The hormonal changes of pregnancy can affect your moods, causing you to be euphoric one minute and crying the next minute. While not everyone gets mood swings early on, it can happen.
Do i feel a little bit dizzy?
Dizziness can happen at any time during pregnancy, including early pregnancy. The cause, in early pregnancy, is likely the fact that your body is creating new blood vessels (causing a change in blood pressure).
Am I experiencing morning sickness?
Morning sickness is a common problem with newly pregnant women. This refers to nausea that tends to happen in the morning, but can occur at any time of the day.
Many women claim to develop a high sense of smell, and pick up on noxious smells like spoilage and body odors more sensitively. This heightened sensitivity may or may not lead to nausea. You may also experience aversion to strong smells or certain foods. You may have other digestive problems like constipation.