According to WebMD, some early signs of pregnancy include spotting or cramping, breast changes or fatigue. While these symptoms may go unnoticed in some women, they can be quite pronounced in others starting in the first... 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 »

The period that includes the 13th week of pregnancy is known as the honeymoon phase, according to Parenting Magazine. The reason for this is that many of the earlier pregnancy symptoms, such as nausea, vomiting and errat... More »

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Spotting and cramping, breast changes, fatigue, morning sickness or nausea and a missed period are all classic early signs of pregnancy, according to WebMD. Other signs include frequent urination, constipation, mood swin... 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 »

According to WedMD, early symptoms of pregnancy include spotting, cramping, breast changes and fatigue. However, the only way to know if a woman is truly pregnant is to take a pregnancy test. More »

Some of the earliest signs of pregnancy include spotting, cramping, breast changes, nausea and a missed period, according to WebMD. Not every woman experiences the same symptoms. More »