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Women will be women, yet our pregnancy symptoms, pregnancies will always be the same. As women we must appreciate a few things may not be similar, to our friends or relatives. One woman to another, symptoms of pregnancy vary, and it is a fact that every woman does not experience similar symptoms during all her pregnancies.

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Women will be women, yet our pregnancy symptoms, pregnancies will always be the same. As women we must appreciate a few things may not be similar, to our friends or relatives. One woman to another, symptoms of pregnancy vary, and it is a fact that every woman does not experience similar symptoms during all her pregnancies.

common symptom
Common symptom

Every woman must keep track of her period and understand the cycle. We all know a missed or a delayed menstrual cycle (period) is a pregnancysymptom.

indicative symptoms
Indicative symptoms

In the early stages of pregnancy, some symptoms can be indicative and they include a missed period, tender breasts, fatigue, frequent urination, lower backaches, mood swings, nauseous and headaches.

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It is essential to take a pregnancy test especially, if you have been active sexually and conceive. A few days after conceiving, the egg that has been fertilized, gets attached to the uterus wall.

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You may experience some hormonal changes leading to tender, sore, or swollen breasts 1-2 weeks after conception.

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You may experience some tingling along with heaviness as well as darkening of skin around the nipples. As a very first sign of pregnancy, 6-12 weeks of conception, before a missed period, many a times some spotting and cramping occurs.

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Unusual fatigue and exhaustion make you feel sleepy, due to further hormonal changes, and start as early as 1-2 weeks after conception. This may be due to rapid increase in the levels of progesterone.

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You may experience fatigue throughout pregnancy however with varying intensity. In the second trimester, you will feel more energetic while in the third trimester, fatigue will return.

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You may nauseate with or without vomiting in 2-8 weeks of conception is another one of pregnancy symptoms. Nausea accompanied by vomiting called morning sickness may be due to smells that may bother you and may last throughout pregnancy.

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Headaches, though sometimes and dull lower backache are symptoms that may last you throughout pregnancy. Accompanying these symptoms is frequent urination that may begin in the 6-8 weeks of conception lasting throughout pregnancy. It intensifies as the baby grows and exerts pressure on your bladder. This will lead to lack of sleep and additional fatigue.

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You may develop aversion to smell or sight of food items like bologna sandwich and coffee which may trigger vomiting. Certain food you enjoyed earlier you may find them repulsive. However, you may also develop some strong desires and craving for some food items like sweets that may last through out pregnancy.

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You may experience mood swings with heightened emotions, depressed, anxious and sometimes good. Food as well as hormonal changes may cause you to feel bloated even though the uterus is still small clothes fit more snugly and may feel tight at the waistline.

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As you notice some of the pregnancy symptoms, take a pregnancy test about 6 weeks after spotting or a missed period. Make an appointment with your gynaecologist who will be able to confirm your pregnancy and begin prenatal care.