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Posted on 01/02/2019 in Pregnancy

Early Signs of Pregnancy and Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Early Signs of Pregnancy and Early Pregnancy Symptoms

Feeling constantly TIRED? Almost EXHAUSTED? No amount of sleep CAN CURE YOU? Struggling to wake up in the morning? Feeling so tired that it is even hard for you to open your eyes? your phones alarm soon begins again its piercing call, but WHY you don’t hear it? You even don’t need to manage it or set the silent mode because you are sleeping so deeply. What is this MYSTERY? Why your always boosted energy has mysteriously disappeared? What is going on?

Tiredness (exhaustion/fatigue) is one of the earliest signs that says that you Could Be Pregnant. Blended with sickness, dizziness, hot flashes, nausea, a little bit changed bra size, cramping, and feeling lightheaded, TIREDNESS “SCREAMS” that you are P.R.E.G.N.A.N.T! Am I…Pregnant or not? Nervously opening up the Google’s Search line on both your iPhone and notebook? Wondering could you be pregnant? And HOW is that possible as nothing has changed in your appearance or body–shape?

If your trembling fingertips are Googling in a bustle; “Early Signs of Pregnancy”, Early Pregnancy Symptoms”, “Could I Be Pregnant?”, Just Stop glimpsing at the virtual headlines of the Google articles at least for one tiny moment. Take a deep breath. No worries here before glancing through the article! Let’s “INVESTIGATE” the Early & Earliest Pregnancy Signs and even the weirdest ones!

Every pregnancy is unique. Therefore, there is no term either for “Perfect Pregnancy” or for “100% Accurate Pregnancy Signs.” Classic Ones, Weird Ones, and Rare Ones – Pregnancy has many SIGNS. Noticed and unnoticed, they unfold at their unique timeline. Blended together they “say” that you may be pregnant, and only the TIME will confirm that.

Wondering What Are the Early Signs of Pregnancy? Here is the list of Classical Early Pregnancy Signs & Symptoms that unfold through the pregnancy timeline:

Early Symptoms of Pregnancy That You May Experience Before Your Missed Period:

(1) Tiredness and Fatigue (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception);

(2) Morning Sickness that is known as Nausea (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception) with or without Vomiting (the earliest timeline is 2 weeks after conception);

(3) Hot Flashes (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception);

(4) Headaches and Migraines (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception);

(5) Dizziness and Fainting (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception).

Early Symptoms of Pregnancy That You May Experience From Your Missed Period:

(6) Missed Period (the earliest timeline is week 4 from your missed period);

(7) Mild Cramping [Implantation Cramping] (the earliest timeline from your missed period is week 1 and the latest timeline from your missed period is week 4);

(8) Mild Cramping [Implantation Cramping] and Light Spotting [Mild Cramping with Implantation Bleeding] (the earliest timeline from your missed period is week 1 and the latest timeline from your missed period is week 4);

(9) Frequent Urination (the earliest timeline is week 4 from the missed period);

(10) High blood pressure (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period);

(11) Faster Heartbeat Blended with Extreme Fatigue (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period);

(12) Tingling or Aching Breasts (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period).

Surely, when wondering about earliest and early pregnancy signs and symptoms, there is Classical Paradigm that is Beyond Time. But what about WEIRD & EXCLUSIVE early pregnancy signs and symptoms that are not so common?

(13) Cold symptoms (Stuffy nose, Runny nose);

(14) Feeling short of breath;

(15) Hot flashes are blended with sweating;

(16) Emotions are turned on to extreme mode: feeling nervous, scared, sad, mad or anxious without reason;

(17) Detecting all the blended scents everywhere, even in the airflows;

(18) Sleeplessness;

(19) Vivid dreams;

(20) Moodiness;

(21) Feeling sick after having coffee;

(22) Achy hips, achy legs, achy wrists;

(23) Leg cramps;

(24) Nosebleeds;

(25) Spots and acne;

(26) Metallic taste;

(27) Food suddenly tastes absolutely different;

(28) Bleeding gums.

(1) Tiredness and Fatigue (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception)

Fatigue can be the first SIGN of early pregnancy as it “enters” your life one week after CONCEPTION! So early! And so unexpected! Wondering why this Tiny Miracle, your Tiny Sparkling Bundle makes you feel extremely tired?

Why does it happen?

The answer is the dramatic HORMONAL CHANGES that synchronize myriad of complex processes to make your tiny sparkling bundle feel comfortable inside! Hormones… Hormones, especially dramatically increased progesterone levels, are responsible for making you sleepy.

Progesterone is one of the female hormones associated with monthly menstrual cycles. In particular, hormone progesterone “manages” the lining of the uterus during the weeks that follow ovulation, so that if an oocyte is fertilized (a tiny glittering embryo is created), it has somewhere to implant!

Non–pregnant women experience their highest progesterone levels approximately one week after ovulation. The highest progesterone levels fall and side effects diminish in the subsequent week. On the contrary, if you are pregnant, progesterone levels increase dramatically in the early weeks of pregnancy, leading to many of the classic first trimester symptoms: tiredness, fatigue, morning sickness, hot flashes, nausea, sore breasts, frequent headaches, and moodiness.

Feeling Constantly Tired? Almost Exhausted? Feeling a Little Bit Sick? That is called a “Morning Sickness.” Mornings are the most energetic time of the day! They are “designed” to start your day with the unique pattern! Usually, the Glittering morning time boosts your energy to the “cutting–edge” levels! But during this week something has been changed… The mornings don’t set the brand–new glittering tone of the day, no matter how many hours of sleep you get because you still wake up feeling tired. Mentally exhausted. No amount of French Vanilla Mocaccino can cure it.

Now your usual morning starts by tossing and turning. When your alarm begins to shriek, every morning your hand always reached out to mute the deafening tone of a new day. While lying in your bed amongst the pillows, you were fighting that halfway state between your dreams and your reality. You rearranged your seven pastel–colored pillows several times. Hugged your pillows tightly. Cuddled up to two of them close. Tried laying on your right side, then left, then back to right, then on your belly, then back to the left.

You are so tired that you don’t “listen” to that Phone alarm.” You hear your Phone’s “screaming” only if it does that for the tenth time and its melody is tuned on the maximum mode. You are opening your eyes and closing them again. You are kicking the blankets to the edge of the bed and then discover you are freezing so pull them back up to your shoulders and burrow…

Stare at the clock. Wonder how it became 09:00 A.M. so quickly and why you are so tired. Mentally retrace all your steps. Did you have coffee later than you should have? Did you have an argument yesterday in the evening? As your subconscious loses, you conclude that you must get up out of your bed. It’s a brand–new day, and there are many things to be done. But you cannot just Bundle Up full of energy to “Sparkle” the whole day. This is the truth.

But still, you feel the soft silk material of your sheets and the heavenly sensation of your warm feet wrapped in your blankets. You roll over into a perfect pastel–colored warm cocoon. Just ten more minutes, it is not so long, you beg. You swear you will get up then. And, being too tired, even sick, you just close your eyes and fall asleep again.

(2) Morning Sickness: Nausea (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception) & Vomiting (the earliest timeline is 2 weeks after conception)

In the first trimester, every morning you may feel very sick. You may fall into waves of nausea and a racing heartbeat. Sometimes the morning sickness will be the blend of exhaustion, nausea, and muscle tension, which finally give way to cramped and dizzying sleep at 09.00 A.M. due to pure exhaustion and adrenaline pumping through your body.

While Nausea is one of the earliest SIGNS of pregnancy, vomiting “appears” one week later. Most women don’t experience vomiting until two weeks to two months after conception.

Nausea and vomiting in early pregnancy is commonly the earliest symptom of pregnancy. The severity of symptoms, timing of symptoms’ “mode”, and duration differs from pregnancy to pregnancy. Symptoms can begin as early as 2–4 weeks’ of embryonic gestation and commonly resolve by 20 weeks’ fetal gestation. But sometimes nausea and vomiting may continue beyond 20 weeks’ fetal gestation.

Why does it happen?

Nausea and vomiting are caused by increased hormonal levels of human chorionic gonadotrophin (hCG) and estrogen.

Nausea and vomiting symptoms usually last for 6 weeks or less. They usually resolve by 8–12 gestational weeks.

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(3) Hot Flushes or Hot Flashes (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception)

Feeling “a little bit hot”? Feeling a little bit hot from time to time? This continues for several days? Yes? Hot Flashes are one of the early SIGNS that you may be pregnant.

When pregnant, Hot Flashes are triggered by increased estrogen levels. Pregnancy is a complex synchronized process in which several vascular changes occur to maintain blood supply to the growing fetuses.

Why does it happen?

Pregnancy is closely associated with dramatic changes in maternal hemodynamics, including increases in plasma volume and decreases in blood pressure and peripheral vascular tone as the impaired trophoblast invasion leads to umbilicoplacental blood flow disturbances, or, in other words, YOUR BLOOD VOLUME INCREASES DURING PREGNANCY because the growing fetus ‘establishes’ and ‘synchronizes’ its own cardiovascular system, and, surely, needs its own blood circulation, and thus, your body modulates the increased blood flow [increased blood volume].

INCREASED BLOOD FLOW AFFECTS your basal BODY TEMPERATURE. Conclusively, you will feel just a tiny bit feverish and according to your thermometer, you will be just a little bit warmer than normal, but you won’t feel sick. 

Remember that while pregnant on average your basal body temperature [BBT] will only rise by 0.4ºF. If your temperature would rise to 101ºF (or 38ºC), you should immediately schedule an appointment with your doctor, and if your temperature would rise to 101,5ºF (or 38,5ºC), you should urgently call your doctor and go to the clinic.

(4) Headaches and Migraines (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception)

Having headaches? Having migraine headaches? Having migraine and tension–type headache? Having sudden migraine attacks? Or having even the blended version of a headache, migraine, and cold or muscle pain? If you have never experienced headaches in this blended version, you might be pregnant.

Why does it happen?

Blame these symptoms on those early pregnancy hormones and increased blood volume and high blood pressure. From the mysterious moment of conception, everything changes. The ideal synchrony of hormones that were balancing “with each other” is disrupted, and the new hormonal synchrony is being established. A surge of pregnancy hormones and an increased blood volume cause more frequent headaches or even severe migraines.

BUT having headaches is not normal during pregnancy. Headaches and migraines are never normal. If there is a headache, then there is something wrong that needs to be evaluated, diagnosed, managed, and treated.

(5) Dizziness and Fainting (the earliest timeline is 1 week after conception)

You were wandering down the streets, having a fleeting glimpse of the others. The professional–looking young man in the dark–blue jacket with elegant wristwatch must be an executive manager, the beautiful and sophisticated lady with dark curls accented with a gold hair accessory must be so much–loved HR–specialist, the athletic one must be the ballet dancer. But suddenly you felt that everything and everyone is blended in your eyes. Everything was twirling and somewhere around you. You were hearing the sparkling voices, noticing the sparkling eyes, breathing the sparkling scents and feeling that you want to fall down because something is going on in your head. That feeling of fainting on the street was so awful! Everything became faded in one moment. Everyone became faded in one moment. Everything just faded away and disappeared. You heard only the whispered words but you couldn’t see what is going on. You fainted.

The other episode happened when you both were in the perfumes’ boutique. You were choosing the boutique fragrances that gave the sparkling spring’s sensation. One fragrance you have chosen was very romantic, a bit dreamy. You breathed its fragrant scent. Jasmine was unobtrusively dominating the charming powdery cloud of flowers and vanilla. You wore it on your wrists. It started off on your skin quite florally, inspiring and fresh and then slowly faded into an elegant, sweet and lovely scent.

Suddenly everything turned into the huge picture. Everyone and everything around was in a hustle. All the voices were so loud. All the things were so unclear. Everything was blended into a whirl. Something glittering, something scented, something faded. You felt the sudden dizziness.

You set onto the sitter and breathed the other fragrance you have chosen. It was deep, mysterious, enchanting and sensually beautiful. You sparkled with it your fingertips. It was a blend of warmth and sparkles, which faded into the warmth of something intriguing and flowery. It was the completely dignified scent.

“Why I felt dizziness?” The only thought shaped itself in your mind. Maybe those glittering scents were too strong for me? Nope. Nope. And Nope. The dizziness is one of the early pregnancy SIGNS.

Why does it happen?

Blame these symptoms on those early pregnancy hormones and increased blood volume and high blood pressure. Like most of the early pregnancy symptoms dizziness and fainting are caused by the hormonal and blood pressure changes.

If you had never felt dizziness so often before, be sure, this can be the early sign that you are pregnant. If you had never fainted before, fainting would be a dramatic response.

Noticed feelings of dizziness or lightheadedness when you move quickly from a reclined to a seated position? Have the strong dizziness sensation when standing up suddenly? Blame the pregnancy hormones that entail these symptoms. During pregnancy, your blood vessels dilate and your blood pressure drops. That is why you have a feeling of dizziness from time to time, or, even fainting.

(6) Missed Period (the earliest timeline is week 4 from the missed period)

Classics beyond time! “Are you missed me? I am coming soon to make you feel discomfort! Stay tuned! I have the perfect mode to remind you that I am coming! Remember that severe cramping? That was not the maximum mode... Remember that backache? Well, this time I will cause something different. Backaches are not in fashion anymore. With Love. Your period.”

Is that your period’s timeline? Every time you visit the bathroom around the timeline of your period, your nerves are on edge. But there is no period… One day late. Two days late. Three days late. One week late. You are starting to worry or to glow. What is going on? A missed period is one of the classic early pregnancy symptoms. And you know that, yes?

Take a pregnancy test. While the accuracy of a pregnant test increases the longer you wait to take one. But now everything is possible! Today’s pregnancy tests are smartly designed to detect hCG levels up to five days before your period is supposed to start. So, just take one.

A little bit waiting. What has it just whispered? Oh, it ‘SHOUTS’ that you are PREGNANT. Those two parallel lines literally ‘SCREAM’ this word: ‘PREGNANT’. But the MYSTERY had occurred in your life much earlier than these two parallel lines appeared…

Why does it happen?

Here is the classic answer to the missed period. The assembly of the new life begins with embryo creation or, correctly termed “Fertilization.” Wondering how does Fertilization happen? Usually, a spermatozoon and an oocyte ‘meet’ in one of the two Fallopian tubes that connect the ovaries to the womb (uterus). This “date” involves many miracles that are ideally synchronized in the timeline. Ultimately, if everything is completed correctly on the cellular level, if the single spermatozoon penetrated the oocyte, the Sparkling Embryo appears! By the way, on this stage, the tiny embryo HAS ALREADY ITS GENDER!

Landing inside the womb, and launching the private space. Wondering how does the embryo–baby normally ‘appears’ and implants in the uterus? The tiny embryo–dude or the tiny embryo–lady (fertilized oocyte) then moves down the Fallopian tube by being wafted by fine hairs inside the tubes until it reaches the womb (uterus) two, three or four days later. Once there, this tiny embryo–bundle wonders where it should cuddle up itself in this new place. And it implants, attaching itself to the womb lining and that is where it usually continues to grow and develop. Glittering embryo wonders: ‘Where am I?’ ‘What has happened?’ ‘Everything is pulsating around me…’ ‘Should I curl up here or there?’ ‘Oh, it is better on the left side?’ ‘I am scared. I will just cuddle up to that warm place and sleep there...’

You get your period every month when your oocyte is not fertilized. The oocyte breaks apart causing hormone levels to drop, and your body sheds the lining of your uterus. If you skip your period, most probably that tiny embryo has launched itself into your uterine wall. You are not alone in your body anymore.

(7) Mild Cramping or Implantation Cramping (the earliest timeline from the missed period is week 1 and the latest timeline from the missed period is week 4)

Most women experience mild or severe cramping during the periods. The cramping pain may be even severe. But feeling mild cramping might also be the SIGN that you are pregnant.

Mild cramping is an extremely confusing early pregnancy symptom, as it may happen exactly around the timeline that you would expect your period pains. If you feel menstrual–type cramping and there is no heavy bleeding, this may be a sign of pregnancy.

The cramping shouldn’t be severe, though, so contact your doctor if you’re doubled over in pain, if you feel intense pain on only one side, or if you’re experiencing simultaneous bleeding and cramping (outside of your menstrual period, of course).

Why does it happen?

Once reaching the uterus, the tiny embryo–bundle wonders where it should cuddle up itself in this new place. And it implants, attaching itself to the womb lining and that is where it usually continues to grow and develop. Glittering embryo wonders: ‘Where am I?’ ‘What has happened?’ ‘Everything is pulsating around me…’ ‘Should I curl up here or there?’ ‘Oh, it is better on the left side?’ ‘I am scared. I will just cuddle up to that warm place and sleep there...’ The moment when the embryo attaches itself to the womb lining, you may feel light or mild cramping.

Most women who get pregnant don’t experience implantation cramping. The implantation can be done in “INCOGNITO MODE”, your tiny embryo bundle has already launched its space and the landing was so accurate that there were two so light cramps that you just unnoticed them.

Sometimes it is extremely hard to distinguish between implantation cramping and your periods cramping. Especially, if your period is on its way and you usually experience mild or even severe cramping during that time. Implantation cramping and menstrual cramping can be felt identical.

But implantation cramping and menstrual cramping are caused by different things. The cramping that occurs during early pregnancy – an implantation cramping is caused by the increased blood flow to the uterus. The cramps before the period are caused by increased prostaglandins that help the uterus prepare to shed its lining as there is no embryo inside.

Period cramping can be severe sometimes. Implantation cramping, on the contrary, isn’t one of those strong, intense cramps that makes you feel like a bundle of nerves suffering from cramping pain.

Implantation cramping involves sensations of mild cramping that you feel in the lower part of your abdomen. There is no sharp pain but you may experience such sensations as pricking, pulling, piercing, tingling feeling, back pain (that’s very similar to menstruation back pain), and unusual pressure on your sides.

If serious cramping occurred and you feel intensive cramping sensation in between your menstrual cycles, contact your doctor as soon as possible.

(8) Mild Cramping, Light Spotting, and Implantation Bleeding (the earliest timeline from the missed period is week 1 and the latest timeline from the missed period is week 4)

Having mild cramping? Light Spotting? Or Bleeding? These three SIGNS are “exclaiming” that you might be pregnant. Mild cramping and light spotting are the two most common SIGNS. Most of the already pregnant women (who didn’t know yet that they are pregnant) noticed bleeding that was too light to require pads or tampons in the early pregnancy. This light bleeding is known as “spotting”. But what is known about implantation bleeding?

Only 10% of pregnant women experience at least 1 day of bleeding during early pregnancy. This bleeding is correctly termed an “implantation bleeding.”

What don’t you know yet about the implantation bleeding is that not all women experience it. And that those women who experience implantation bleeding may mistakenly think that this is a light version of their menses. What you don’t envision yet about this bleeding is that it “shows” that you are already pregnant.

How you will know that this is an implantation bleeding? Because of its timing, implantation bleeding during early pregnancy might be mistaken for menses. No worries here, surely there is SOMETHING different. Implantation bleeding is typically light, requiring only one or two pads or tampons in 24 hours. The unique patterns of the Implantation Bleeding are its SHORT TIMELINE and LIGHTNESS. These unique patterns are in contrast to the bleeding that is closely associated with ordinary menstrual periods. During ordinary menstrual periods, women usually use 4–8 pads on the heaviest days of blood flow.

BUT SURELY, there is ONE HUGE BUT. And this BUT shouldn’t be neglected. Very rarely, implantation bleeding can be heavy and last more than one day. The heaviest implantation bleeding during early pregnancy is 5 consecutive days, and a maximum of three pads (tampons) are used per day. This implantation bleeding might be mistaken for menses.

Why does it happen?

Most pregnant women experience bleeding events are too light to be mistaken for menses. This light bleeding is called “spotting.” Noticed light spotting? Too light to be considered as your usual period? This SYMPTOM indicates that you may be pregnant.

Little is known about the occurrence and patterns of implantation bleeding during the earliest stages of pregnancy. Nearly 10–15% of pregnant women experience some implantation bleeding (light spotting and implantation bleeding) during the first sixteen weeks of pregnancy.

A few days of implantation bleeding in early pregnancy is not a rare event. Furthermore, the occurrence of implantation bleeding has little relevance to the ultimate success of the pregnancy. It only indicates that the embryo is already inside.

But sometimes you may experience a bleeding episode of a timeline’s length and intensity that is similar to your usual menses. Implantation bleeding that is mistaken for menses causes errors in gestational age estimation using the last menstrual period (LMP) method. Therefore, in most cases, the doctors cannot say the exact timeline when your tiny bundle will be born.

Implantation bleeding that stops and then resumes several weeks later may indicate that pregnancy has ended in miscarriage.

The mechanisms of bleeding in early pregnancy are still the mystery. Bleeding during the first 8 weeks of naturally conceived pregnancies seems to occur without clear physiologic cause. Implantation of the tiny embryo is supposed to be one of the bleeding–caused mechanisms. Soon this mystery will be disclosed.

(9) Frequent Urination (the earliest timeline is week 4 from the missed period)

Making more and more trips to the loo? Noticed that your trips to the bathroom are so frequent that it is even annoying? Frequent urination is one of the CLASSIC SIGNS of pregnancy. This symptom “appears” about two to three weeks after conception’s timeline.

Why does it happen?

Once a tiny embryo–bundle appears into the womb, it wonders where it should cuddle up itself in this new place. And it implants, attaching itself to the womb lining and that is where it usually continues to grow and develop. Glittering embryo wonders: ‘Where am I?’ ‘What has happened?’ ‘Everything is pulsating around me…’ ‘Should I curl up here or there?’ ‘Oh, it is better on the left side?’ ‘I am scared. I will just cuddle up to that warm place and sleep there...’

Embryo implantation in your uterus causes the dramatic increase in producing of the hCG hormone. This hormone turns on “MAXIMUM FLUID MODE”, triggering urges to pee. Your blood volume and your fluid volume increases. This fluid–volume increase triggers frequent urges to pee, making you feel like you have to make the trips to the bathroom every five minutes, even while the embryo is still very tiny that.

(10) High Blood Pressure (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period)

Remember every time you experience dizziness? High blood pressure is one of its causes. And is one of the SIGNS that you may be pregnant.

Feeling excessive fatigue? High blood pressure is one of its causes. And is one of the SIGNS that you may be pregnant.

As your hormones fluctuate, your body produces more blood for the tiny embryo, and your blood pressure and blood sugar levels are lower than they were earlier (when you were not pregnant).

Why does it happen?

Blame the “Trophoblast invasion Event”, and pregnancy hormones in your high blood pressure. Trophoblast is your tiny embryo that has already landed inside your womb and launched its private space.

The processes of embryo implantation and placentation involve the myriad things to happen! Tiny being remodels your vascular system completely. The tiny embryo invades maternal endometrial spiral arteries and dilates them to achieve a sufficient fetal blood supply. After that, it “SCREAMS”: “I am here, I need the private blood tubes, the private oxygen tubes, and the private nutritious tubes, please!” And those tiny tubes are exclusively designed for the growing tiny one. Labeled “Fetal. Designed by Fetus. For Fetus Exclusively. Powdered by pregnancy hormones.”

(11) Faster Heartbeat Blended with Extreme Fatigue (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period)

Faster heartbeat blended with extreme fatigue is one of the early signs of pregnancy. Feeling that everything can be changed in a heartbeat? Feeling every heartbeat? Feeling that your heartbeat is too strong, too fast, and too uncomfortable? That is one of the early pregnancy SIGNS.

Why does it happen?

Your embryo synchronizes everything inside for itself to grow. Everything is tuned on and set to the maximum mode. And your tiny embryo–bundle manages everything using the pregnancy hormones. And if your sparkling embryo is five gestational weeks old it has a tiny fluttering heartbeat! Sounds unbelievable, doesn’t it?

(12) Tingling or Aching Breasts (the earliest timeline is week 8 from the missed period)

Your breasts became too sensitive? Every time you wear your bra over them in the utmost delicate manner but they are ACHING? Having tingling or aching breasts? A little bit changed bra size? Nothing can make this extreme sensation to disappear? Tingling or aching breasts is one of the first SIGNS of pregnancy.

Why does it happen?

During early pregnancy, levels of estrogen and progesterone hormones are Extremely High. This causes increased blood flow to your breasts. And makes your breasts swollen and extremely sensitive to every touch.

The soreness should fade after your first trimester. Though your cup size will continue to increase. This is the miraculous time when “A” size becomes “C”, “B” size becomes “D”, “C” and so on…No one knows in what letter it will turn into.

Something more to say?

Your Miniature Tiny Version, that sparkling embryo–bundle, being several millimeters “big” is very powerful to change everything inside! Intrigued? Wondering how is that possible?

The answer is hormonal management! As soon as the embryo–space is launched, that tiniest one manages everything through the pregnancy hormones!

All the Earliest Pregnancy Signs and Early Pregnancy Symptoms caused by hormonal changes and increased blood volume. Pregnancy is a complex synchronized process that “DESIGNS” several vascular changes to maintain blood supply to the Growing Fetuses [or, YAY more than one Tiny Sparkle!]. The pregnancy REBRANDS the cardiovascular system of the mom–to–be. It REDESIGNS the maternal hemodynamics completely! And not only! The immune system is also redesigned! Your sensations of being in your body are also redesigned! Everything is different.

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