Tips On How To Know If Your Pregnant

Becoming pregnant is a dream for some women, because they suffer from infertility. Of course, it is never hurts to familiarize yourself with the signs of pregnancy, so you will know exactly when to expect that beautiful bundle of joy.

Due Date

In order to determine the exact due date, you will need to know exactly when conception occurred. If you are familiar with the signs of pregnancy, then you will know exactly when conception occurred. This alone will help determine the exact due date.

Hormonal Changes

A pregnant female’s body will be undergoing innumerable hormonal changes. Not only will there be changes in her mood, but she will also experience physical changes in her body. Breast tenderness and abdominal bloating are two symptoms that will occur, when a lady gets pregnant.

Implantation Bleeding

Implantation bleeding is phenomenal occurrence that many believe to be related to the egg implanting itself in the uterus. While many women will mistake implantation bleeding for their normal period, it is genuinely different.

Not all women experience this symptom, but it is still very common. Spotting will begin, but may only last for several hours. Of  course, it is not unusual for the pink or brown spotting to last for 24-hours, but no longer.

Implantation bleeding will begin around 3-7-days prior to your expected menstrual cycle. Learn the answer to “how long does implantation bleeding last“, so you will know exactly what to expect.

Conclusion

Pregnancy is a wonderful experience and you will enjoy it much more, if you take the time to educate yourself on the entire process beginning at conception and ending at birth.

 

 

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