Pregnancy, Signs and Symptoms, Pregnancy Tests
It can be an exciting time to get pregnant. For some women, talking about it seems to cause pregnancy. For most others, it takes patience and maybe a bit of luck to get pregnant. Pregnancy occurs when an egg (ovum) is fertilized by a sperm after being released during ovulation from the ovary. Then the fertilized egg goes down to the uterus, where implantation takes place. The product of successful implantation is pregnancy.
A full-term pregnancy lasts an average of 40 weeks. It can be affected by many factors. Women who are aware of early pregnancy symptoms and receive good prenatal care are more likely to have a normal pregnancy a healthy baby.
Understanding what symptoms and body changes to expect during pregnancy is important to monitor your as well as your baby’s health. If you want to get pregnant, knowing these symptoms can help you prevent unwanted symptoms and get a healthy baby.
Common Pregnancy Symptoms In The First Trimester
It’s hard to make a baby, Right! You’re so exhausted in the first trimester because producing a baby and a placenta takes a lot of energy. Plus, during first three months, your metabolism has picked up but your blood pressure and sugar levels has not picked up yet.
Get some extra sleep (10 hours at least), eat a healthy diet with lots of protein and complex carbs, and try breaking a sweat with a pregnancy-safe workout – even if that means just walking around the block.