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6 early signs of pregnancy and how to deal with them

Women mostly use pregnancy tests and ultrasounds to confirm their pregnancy. But do you know that there are also some early signs and symptoms that can give you a hint that you are pregnant?

In this article, we will discuss the 6 early signs and symptoms of pregnancy and how to deal with them.

Early signs and symptoms of pregnancy:

Following are the three most common early pregnancy signs that almost every pregnant women experience:

Morning sickness

Sensitivity to smell


Other symptoms include:

Mild cramping and spotting

Missed period


Tingling or aching breast

Frequent urination


Mood swings

Body temperature changes

Less common pregnancy signs:

Some women also experience some other less common signs.

High blood pressure

Extreme fatigue


Faster heartbeat

Breast and nipple changes

Pregnancy glow, backache, or headache

Noticeable weight gain



6 early signs of pregnancy and how to deal with them

Fatigue and how to deal with it:

Fatigue is a common pregnancy sign and usually occurs early in pregnancy. Follow the given tips to deal with fatigue

Take naps

Stay hydrated


Changes in the breast and how to deal with it:

The hormonal changes cause your breast and nipple to change and grow in the initial weeks. Your breast will become swollen and tender. Follow the instruction to deal with it:

Wear a supportive maternity bra to prevent tenderness

Wear a bra with varying clasps.

Use breast pads for support.

Frequent urination and how to deal with it:

Pregnancy leads to frequent urination but you can manage it through the following tips:

Try to drink a lot of water to compensate for the fluid loss.

Try to drink at least 300 milliliters of water every day

Set your schedule for bathroom visits.

Morning sickness, nausea, and vomiting and how to deal with it:

Morning sickness, vomiting and nausea usually start in the initial weeks of pregnancy. Following are some tips to deal with morning sickness and nausea.

Keep a pack of saltine crackers by your bedside and grab a bite from it when you get up in the morning.

Drink plenty of water.

Raised body temperature and how to deal with it:

A high body temperature may cause a lack of fluids in your body therefore you should drink a lot of water to overcome the deficiency of body fluids.

Heartburn and how to deal with it:

During pregnancy, fluctuating body hormones can cause heartburn. But you need to worry about it because you can deal with heartburn through the given tips:

Eat your food in intervals.

After eating, you should sit straight for about an hour.


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