While not all women experience early pregnancy symptoms, during the first few weeks of pregnancy some pregnant women experience sudden spotting and cramping, increased soreness of the breasts, darkening of the areola and... More »

Conception happens at a microscopic level and cannot be felt. The earliest symptoms of pregnancy typically show up several weeks after conception and may take even longer in some women. More »

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As with all pregnant women, getting enough rest, eating properly and staying hydrated are some of the most important ways to stay healthy at 35 weeks of pregnancy and beyond, explains BabyCenter. This is especially cruci... More »

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Although some women may not experience any symptoms the first week of pregnancy, others can experience spotting or cramping. These symptoms can develop between a week to 12 days and are due to bleeding implantation after... More »

Tender swollen breasts, food cravings, fatigue and slight bleeding and cramping can all be signs of either PMS or pregnancy, according to MedGuidance. However, food aversions, morning sickness and increased urination are... More »

Some of the most common symptoms that mothers-to-be experience in their second month of pregnancy are nausea, frequent urination, fatigue, darkness of the nipples and general breast tenderness or soreness. Nausea, which ... More »

Some early symptoms of pregnancy include nausea with or without vomiting, fatigue, food aversions or cravings, swollen and tender breasts, and increased urination. These symptoms, in addition to a missed period, can begi... More »

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