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11 Early Signs of Pregnancy before Missed Period (Check NOW)

How to spot early signs of pregnancy before missed period?

Normally, most of women only take a pregnancy test or go for a check-up after realizing a missed period. At that time, the fetus in your womb is already 4 or even 6 weeks. If you’re an observant, you can easily tell whether or not you get pregnant from the reaction of your body.

In today’s article, we’re going to inform you some early signs of pregnancy before your period comes.

How to Spot Early Pregnancy Signs?

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The earliest sign of pregnancy before missed period is not easy to spot. Like I said, many have to wait till their period comes later than usual to find out if they are pregnant or not. But, still some who are observant to recognize signs of pregnancy from the first weeks.

In fact, when the conception occurs, your body will experience some minor changes. Most of us actually ignore these changes as they are quite similar to the ovulation time, so it is not surprising if you get confused.

See also: When is the best time to take a pregnancy test?

Have a look at the signs below to determine whether or not you will become a parent:

1. Chest pain

During pregnancy, a lot of women experience an overwhelming feeling of tightness in their chest before the menstrual cycle. It is caused by hormonal changes that increase blood flow to the chest making you uncomfortable. This is a very common sign of pregnancy and usually shows up 3 days after having sex.

But this sign is most ignored.

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2. Tiredness

Even without any specific reason, you can suddenly feel tired due to the increase of progesterone. Besides, other changes inside the body caused by the fetus can make you tired; even when you are sitting in one place without doing anything.

3. Frequent urination

If getting pregnant, you will constantly want to urinate.Shortly after conceiving, you may find yourself visiting the bathroom a lot. During the pregnancy, hormone changes will increase the blood flow and put more pressure on the uterus compared to before.

4. Morning sickness

This symptom includes nausea and vomiting.

Nausea is considered as one of the earliest signs of pregnancy. The combo of nausea and vomiting is a nightmare for many women. Usually, when you are 4-6 weeks pregnant, morning sickness will begin to appear.

These symptoms are likely to last for up to 3 months. During your pregnancy, the nausea can happen all of sudden at any time of the day, even when you don’t have anything yet.

Read more: Things about pregnancy that you don’t know

5. Heightened sense of smell

Under the influence of estrogen in the body, pregnant women can be stunned by every little scent that wafts your way and makes you feel like nausea in the early pregnancy. Aside from all the scent that has always been unpleasant, you may also feel like an all-out assault on your nostrils even it has good smell.

6. Breast growth

One of the earliest changes you may notice during pregnancy is that your breasts are larger than usual. It’s because of the level of progesterone increasing highly in your body. This symptom may last throughout pregnancy period or subside after the first few weeks.

You may also notice that the nipples and skin that surrounds them (areola) become darker in color.

It can happen one or two weeks after the conception and is usually seen as the first sign of pregnancy. Areolas appear due to hormonal changes, plus your blood sugar and blood pressure levels could be lower than normal.

7. Back pain

Back pain is another early pregnancy symptom but often ignored.

Backache during pregnancy is the feeling of pain in the lower back or fatigue along the spine. It’s due to the cord stretching in the back to accommodate the fetus growing inside. If you’re having unusual back pain, pay attention to it because it could be the possibility of pregnancy.

8. Change in eating habits

You will realize sudden changes in your daily eating habits.

If you have an abnormal change about the food you usually eat, it could be a possibility of pregnancy. For example, you did not like to eat sour and sweet things before, but you crave for that now. When eating, you don’t really feel the sour, sweet flavors like how you used to taste.

In addition, some women also have bulimia, which is an eating disorder that one can eat the same food for a while without getting fed up with it. This is one of the accurate early pregnancy symptoms of women.

9. Gas

The progesterone will affect the function of the digestive system making it more sluggish than usual. As a result, you will experience bloating and indigestibility after two days of conception. Some may simply think that this is just a sign from indigestion, but it is unexpectedly the earliest sign of pregnancy before your missed period.

10. Mood swings

On the days of ovulation, do you find yourself more "sensitive" to everything around you? Can just a small thing make you feel upset and burst into tears?

If yes, this is similar to the mood of women during pregnancy.

You can cry easily, laugh easily for a simple reason. The main reason of this abnormality is the increase in hormone levels in your body. It usually happens at the ovulation time as well as during pregnancy.

11. Constipation

Together with bloating, the quick increase in progesterone has slowed down the digestive system.

This is the main reason causing constipation during your pregnancy. To deal with this matter, you need to drink as many water as possible and eat lots of green vegetables and fruits.


Hopefully the early signs of pregnancy before missed period here will help you have good preparation for your future pregnancy. Please also check out other articles if you want to learn more about conception, pregnancy, and baby gender.

Look forward to hearing good news from you soon!

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