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Earliest Signs Of Pregnancy:
How To Know If You Are Pregnant
The earliest signs of pregnancy are not always easy to detect. If you have been trying to conceive for a while you may be wondering if you might be pregnant and when your baby is due. The only way to know is by taking a home pregnancy test.
Not all women will experience early pregnancy symptoms. The earliest signs of pregnancy are missed period, implantation spotting one week before your period is due (around day 21 of your men trial period), and changes of the vagina mucus just before your period is due.
All women experience early pregnancy sign differently, so do not despair, you may still be pregnant even if you have not noticed any of the earliest signs of pregnancy. In fact, you may have different symptoms from one pregnancy to the next.
Initial Symptoms Of Pregnancy Before Missed Periods
The initial symptoms of pregnancy before your period is due are difficult to spot unless you have been actively trying to conceive and know your cycle and your body really well. The earliest signs of pregnancy are implantation spotting, cervical mucus changes, implantation dip, breast tenderness, nausea, change of smell or taste, cramping, implantation dip, triphasic BBT, etc.
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Pregnancy Conception Calculator: Discover When Your Baby Was Conceived
One of the earliest signs of pregnancy is a missed period and a positive home pregnancy test. Do you want to know when your baby was conceived? This online pregnancy conception calculator allows you to determine your conception date. Try it out, it is fun and very easy to use.
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Your HCG Levels During Pregnancy
When you take a home pregnancy test you measure your urine levels of the human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) hormone. This hormone is produced by the embryo during the process of implantation around day 21 of your menstrual cycle. This is way most pregnancy test can now determine if you are pregnant before your missed period. HCG levels during early pregnancy double every 72 hours. The following is hCG level chart during each week of pregnancy.
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Pregnancy Due Date Calculation
Once you know that you are pregnant you will most likely want to know when your baby is due. Your doctor will use your last mentrual period (LMP) to determine your due date. This calculation is very useful during your prenatal care to know if your baby is growing according to its stage of pregnancy. Your pregnancy due date calculation is easy with this free online due date calculator. Just enter the required information to know your due date.
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