How to recognize pregnancy symptoms? Here are all the ways to find out starting from the most classic symptoms
How to recognize pregnancy symptoms
One of the most interesting topics for women who are looking for a pregnancy concerns the symptoms of the first weeks: how to recognize them, how to distinguish them from those typically related to PMS? Here, then, is a list of all methods to ascertain whether or not there is a pregnancy in progress to understand how to recognize the symptoms of pregnancy.
Video: the signs of an ongoing pregnancy
In this video the gynecologist, Dr. Alfonso Rossetti, explains how to recognize pregnancy symptoms and how to distinguish them from symptoms of the upcoming cycle.
If you can’t manage to extricate yourself from the various symptoms that could indicate a pregnancy but also a simple flu? Order! Note any particular signs e listen to your body, although symptoms may vary from one woman to another:
- The breasts are swollen and tight
- Certain smells bother you
- You are nauseous
- You are more sensitive than usual
But beware, you can be pregnant even without having any of these symptoms, which will appear later. Early pregnancy symptoms may be missing altogether but if you want (or suspect) a pregnancy it is good to pay attention to symptoms that are different, or present differently, from those of the usual PMS.
I have all the symptoms, I feel like I’m pregnant!
In addition, some symptoms of the so-called pre-menstrual syndrome may occur near the cycle, which resemble certain manifestations of the beginning of pregnancy: emotional lability, increased appetite or search for certain foods, bloated feeling with tension or enlargement of the mammary gland, abdominal pain.
Some women therefore may believe a fortiori that they feel that way because they finally do expecting a baby and being even more disappointed at the late arrival of your period.
Can I continue to have my period even though I am pregnant? Are there false menstruation?
Generally, what we call “false periods” occur with a lighter cycle than the classic menstrual cycle. The basal temperature, however, should continue to remain high if you are measuring it. With a pregnancy in progress, the temperature is just what could reassure us from the very early stages.
Here is an example of a digital basal thermometer we saw on Amazon
Smart Basal Body Thermometer – FEMOMETER
Femometer is a basal thermometer that intelligently takes and analyzes your basal body temperature (BBT) to calculate your pregnancy percentage each day. A useful tool for those who want to get pregnant, but also to learn about the menstrual cycle. The device can store up to 300 BBT data and can be synced with the app later. The 7-day pregnancy percentage rates help you plan your sexual activity for pregnancy or contraception. Amazon Prime members receive the product at home the day after purchase and do not pay for shipping. Signing up for Prime is simple: just go to the page, activate the free trial and then renew for € 3.99 per month.
PRO: according to the reviews it is a precise thermometer that connects directly to the dedicated app, and directly marks the temperature.
VERSUS: some features are unlocked only with a subscription.
How to interpret the basal temperature
If there is bleeding with temperatures that do not drop, unless it has been established that it is typical of your cycle, it is advisable to check for pregnancy. If menstruation occurs and the temperature, as normal, has dropped, you can be sure to rule out pregnancy.
Bleeding that may occur despite pregnancy is therefore not egg implantation or nesting loss, which is usually light and lasts no more than a couple of days (also called catamenial leaks), can be either a threat. abortion, or an abortion in progress, or simply material from previous cycles that the body disposes of. The consistency can be such as that of a menstruation.
They told me I look pregnant. Can it be seen from the face or from something else physical?
No, unless you have paranormal powers. Maybe if one got it right then it was luck … but from the face at most you can see if one is tired …