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What are the symptoms of being pregnant on the first week?
May 13, 2013

Dr. Salim Saab Otolaryngology (ENT)
Morning sickness (Nausea, vomitting), tender breasts, tiresome, sleepiness, frequent urination, sensitivity to odors...
Dr. Rania Mousa General Medicine
You may have an inkling that you're pregnant soon after you've conceived, when the fertilised egg attaches itself to the wall of your uterus (womb). This usually happens within about 10 days of conception.
Or you may be unaware of any changes for weeks, only wondering if you're pregnant when you miss a period.
the earliest signs of pregnancy that are felt before a missed period are the same symptoms of a period (cramping ,tender breasts,spotting ,mood swings so you cant predict at that time
Though you may experience some, all, or none of these, here are the some early signs of pregnancy.
1-Prickling, tingling nipples this can be with a week or so from conception
2- Spotting and cramping:
It's common to have some spotting at the time when you'd usually have your period. You may notice a slight pink or brown-coloured stain in your knickers, or when you wee, or feel slight cramping. Spotting in very early pregnancy could be caused by the egg implanting in your uterus.
3-.Feeling sick
If you're lucky, you'll escape this completely. However, morning sickness is a common symptom of early pregnancy
4. Tender, swollen breasts
Once you are about six weeks pregnant, your breasts may become increasingly tender to the touch. It’s similar to how they feel before you have a period, but more so.
5- Feeling tired, upset and emotional
6- Needing to wee frequently
7- Darker nipples
8-Food cravings and altered sense of smell
9-A missed period
If you're usually pretty regular, and your period doesn't start on time, you'll probably take a pregnancy test before you notice any other signs. A missed period is one of the surest signs of pregnancy.
10- The proof: a positive home pregnancy test
Most home pregnancy tests will give you a reliable result if you wait until at least the first day of a missed period