Pregnancy and its symptoms
Pregnancy is one of the defining periods in a woman’s life, but it may sometimes be confusing. Symptoms of pregnancy vary from woman to woman, and the symptoms of pregnancy vary from pregnancy to pregnancy in women themselves, and vary depending on the stage of pregnancy as well. Because some of the symptoms associated with pregnancy are similar to premenstrual symptoms, it may be difficult to distinguish them from the symptoms of the menstrual cycle. These symptoms may be similar to symptoms that occur in cases other than pregnancy and menstrual cycle.   ]
Symptoms of pregnancy and time of occurrence of each
- This is due to the fertilization of the fertilized egg in the uterus (Uterus), and the colic Cramping and bleeding associated with pregnancy are similar to what occurs at the beginning of the menstrual cycle, but they are less severe. They usually occur six to twelve days after fertilization of the egg. White vaginal secretions may also be caused by increased growth of vaginal cells (Vagina), increased wall thickness due to pregnancy, and may continue to be present during pregnancy, but there is a foul odor, burning sensation, or itching In the vagina it is necessary to inform the doctor to ascertain the type of inflammation found, whether it is inflammation of the bacteria or inflammation due to yeast. 
- Changes in the breast: Breast changes occur one to two weeks after conception. These changes may occur due to the different levels of the body’s hormones as a result of pregnancy. The breasts may appear more bulging, fuller, and heavier, And softness when touched. 
- Feelings of nausea: Morning Sickness begins during the second to eight weeks after pregnancy, and although it occurs in the morning, it often occurs at any time of the day and may be accompanied by vomiting. Nausea often lasts during the first trimester and then recedes, but may persist for some during pregnancy. 
- Feeling tired and tired: Most women begin to feel fatigue or tiredness just one week after their pregnancy. 
- Discontinuation of the menstrual cycle: The delayed or interrupted menstrual period (Missed period) is the most common signs, which require pregnancy testing in women. 
- BACKGROUND: Backache, in particular below, is a common symptom of pregnancy. Back pain may occur at the onset of pregnancy, but it becomes more noticeable when pregnancy is advanced. 
- Headaches: Headaches are a common symptom of pregnancy, and headaches may begin at the onset of pregnancy. Experts believe this is due to a sudden increase in the amount of hormones in the body. Headaches may also continue to increase during pregnancy due to increased blood flow. The amount of blood flowing through the body increases by about 50 percent during pregnancy. 
- Frequent urination: The need to increase urination may start from the sixth to the eighth week of pregnancy. Frequent urination may continue as pregnancy progresses due to the increase in uterine size (Uterus) and the fetus, In the pressure of the bladder (in English: bladder).
- Food cravings: Food cravings and food aversions may be born in early pregnancy or at any time during pregnancy. This is not yet known. 
- Bloating and constipation Bloating may occur in early pregnancy, starting from the fourth week of the period to the sixth week. Puffiness occurs due to the slow digestion of the digestive system caused by hormonal changes, which can cause constipation, which in turn increases the feeling of bloating. 
- Increased heart rate: As the heart rate and strength increase from 8 to 10 weeks, palpitations and arrhythmias may occur due to hormone changes. . 
- Mood swings: Women may become more emotional than usual, and may lead to depression, Anxiety, etc. These mood swings begin in the sixth week after the period. It is noteworthy that these mood and emotional changes occur due to the rise of estrogen and progesterone during pregnancy. 
When you notice a common pregnancy pregnancy symptom, it is recommended to have a pregnancy test at home or see your doctor for the necessary examination to check for pregnancy. Among these tests: 
Home pregnancy test: The home pregnancy test tests the human chorionic gonadotropin hormone in the urine, consisting of a stick containing a chemical that changes color after a certain waiting period varies by Type of examination when met with this hormone. It can be used from the first day of absence of menstrual cycle, and it is possible for some types of home tests to detect pregnancy earlier. The test is recommended twice because of the possibility of different results in the event of the examination very early after the absence of the menstrual cycle, it is possible that the level of the hormone is very little can not be detected at the time.
Clinical Urine Test: Clinical Urine Test is performed at the doctor’s office, with the aim of reducing the likelihood of errors affecting the test result, but not necessarily more accurate than the home pregnancy tests. The result of this test often appears within a week of the procedure.
Blood test: There are two types of blood test: the qualitative examination of the hormone hGG Blood Test, which indicates the presence or absence of pregnancy, and the quantitative examination of the hormone gonadectomy (English: Quantitative hCG Blood Test, which measures the amount of this hormone in the blood accurately.
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