1. Constant Fatigue
Baby making is hard work. Your body is concentrating all of the energy on making the baby and that is why you will be feeling tired when you normally wouldn’t.
2. High Body Temperature
If you’ve already been tracking your body temperature every morning, you would know that it typically increases around the time of ovulation and drops when you have your period. But if you have gotten pregnant, your body temperature will remain at the elevated level from your ovulation throughout your pregnancy.
3. Constantly Needing To Pee
Finding yourself suddenly constantly needing to pee? This could be an early sign that you’re plus one! This is caused by your kidneys working overtime to filter out extra waste from your blood for your baby.
4. Tender Breast
This one is different for every woman but if your breasts feel sore, heavy, tender or tingly and your areolas darken and grow bigger in diameter, you might just have a bub on the way.
5. Feeling Nauseous
One of the very early pregnancy symptoms is morning nausea which can start as early as two weeks after conception. This is caused by the increase in your hormones which are rushing through your body.
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