One of the earliest signs to know that you are pregnant is nausea, which will surface as soon as three weeks from conception. It is referred to as morning sickness, though it can occur at any time. Any smell, taste, or even a regular perfume can make you feel nauseous. It is an indication that the hormonal levels are rising, and is a sign that your body is preparing for pregnancy.
Gas accompanies a feeling of fullness or bloating. You will also have flatulence, excessive belching, and cramps. Some women may have this symptom very early in their pregnancy due to the rising progesterone levels, which relax the smooth muscle tissue in the gastrointestinal tract affecting the digestion process. It leaves you feeling full even after small meals, and your clothes also fit tightly across your waist.
Your breasts will feel sore, tender, and painful to touch. A closer view will tell you that your breasts are bigger and heavier. The areolas and nipples will turn darker, and you can notice small spots around the nipples area. You may also see some pimple-like white spots around the areola.
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