Am I Pregnant?
- The essential of early pregnancy signs...

"Am I pregnant?" You may ask yourself this magic question. How do you make sure that you are getting pregnant? What is the early pregnancy symptoms? Perhaps, do you know any earliest possible signs of pregnancy? If you suspect you may be pregnant, but not sure about that, rest assured. I'll help you to find out.

Why is it important for you to know you are pregnant at this very early stage of pregnancy? It is because the way you take care of yourself during this time will have a major impact on your baby's development. So, please take this seriously.

So, what is the first signs of pregnancy? Well, I'm not sure whether they are the first signs or not, but I'm pretty sure that they are the earliest possible symptoms of pregnancy. :p Here they are:

  • missed period
  • swollen, tender or sore breasts
  • frequent urination
  • nausea and vomiting
  • unusual fatigue
  • strange food cravings
  • light bleeding or cramping

If you have all or some of these conditions, and the main part is, you have the feeling that you are pregnant, please go to the nearest pharmacy and buy any home pregnancy test kits. If your pregnancy test kit shows positive result, means "am I pregnant?" Yes, you are! Congrats! What's the next step?

The next step is to book an appointment to see your doctor. Your doctor can provide you 1001 pregnancy information that you need & I believe it should include the healthy pregnancy diet, pregnancy dangers especially during this early stage as well as stages in pregnancy.

Having said that, I would like to congratulate you on having a new baby & I hope you'll find a happy time during your pregnancy period.

If you still need further information with regards to early pregnancy, may I suggest you to look at below articles. It might help you, I hope. Best of luck! ;)

More info with regards to early pregnancy:

Chinese Birth Chart - Predict Your Baby's Gender

Chinese Birth Chart is one of the method to predict whether your baby is a boy or girl using expecting mother's age and conception date.

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