Pregnancy symptoms vary from woman to woman and from pregnancy to pregnancy.Most women have at least some symptoms during their pregnancy.Some women are lucky enough to only have one or two, and some are unlucky enough to experience every one of the unpleasant pregnancy symptoms. Pregnancy symptoms can start as early as the first week after conception, however it is more likely that symptoms will start around the time you are 6 weeks pregnant, which is about 4 weeks after conception or 2 weeks after the first day of your missed period.
* The first real pregnancy symptom you will experience is a missed period.Some women have symptoms before their period is missed, but most home pregnancy tests will not show an accurate positive result until at least the first day of a missed period.
* The next pregnancy symptom you may experience is tender, swollen or painful breasts.Usually, this symptom shows up around the time you have missed your period, however, some women experience this symptom within the first week after conception.This is cause by the rising levels in hormones which are necessary to sustain a pregnancy.However, this may also be a sign of PMS, though the symptoms you’ll have during your pregnancy will be more pronounced than PMS symptoms.
* Within the first week to 12 days after conception, you may experience a little bleeding. This may be caused by implantation of the egg into the lining of the uterus.The bleeding is usually very slight, pinkish in color, and might be present on toilet paper while going to the bathroom or on your underwear.It is usually not enough to even cover a panty liner, but some women have described it as being similar to a light period.
* Morning sickness is probably the most unpleasant symptom of pregnancy.Although it’s called morning sickness, nausea and vomiting can attack at any time of the day, sometimes all day long.This symptom usually shows up between the 6th and 8th week of pregnancy.It is caused by a surge in hormones in the first trimester.Usually after the 12th to 14th week of pregnancy, morning sickness will start to taper off.Some women have morning sickness throughout their pregnancy, which can also be normal.It is ok if you do not experience morning sickness at all; it does not necessarily mean you are not producing enough hormones.Consider yourself lucky. If you are concerned, you should discuss it with your doctor.Keep in mind, pregnancies vary from one to another, so if you experienced severe morning sickness in a previous pregnancy, if does not necessarily mean your subsequent pregnancies will be the same.
* Food aversions and cravings usually happen around the same time that you start to experience morning sickness.The smell of cooking bacon or hamburgers may