It is very common for women who are 1 month pregnant to not experience symptoms because most of the early signs of pregnancy are similar to the symptoms experienced before and during menstruation, so women do not always recognize them as being signs of pregnancy, as stated by WebMD. Moreover, every woman's body is unique and reacts differently to pregnancy.
Some of the early signs of pregnancy including spotting, cramping, changes in breast size, a sore sensation in the breasts, nausea, more frequent urination and a bloated feeling or fatigue, as reported by WebMD and Healthline. The first symptoms of pregnancy usually appear in the 4th week and build in intensity. The 4th week is also when most women discover their pregnancy because this the first missed period.
Once a woman knows that she is pregnant, prenatal care should begin, as advised by the National Institutes of Health's MedlinePlus. Prenatal care helps to keep the mother and the baby safe and healthy throughout the duration of the pregnancy. It involves standard ongoing check-ups and prenatal testing. Prenatal care is especially important for women who have higher pregnancy risk factors, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or being age of 35 and older. Prenatal care can help these women ensure that their delivery will be as prepared as possible so as to avoid complications in the birth process.