nausea and vomiting (if they don’t improve for many days). They may cause
dehydration and dangerous nutrient deficiencies (this is bad for your pregnancy).
cramping. Slight cramping is common, as noted before. But if it gets worse and
become severe, don’t ignore it!
bleeding! Getting spotting (slight bleeding) after conception is expected. But
for heavy bleeding, it is different story because it may point to a serious
problem that requires prompt treatment!
you pee, you feel pain – painful urination. Frequent urination in the second
and third trimester is common. But if it becomes painful, consult more with
vaginal discharge also should be concerned! For example if you have increasing
discharge followed with abdominal pain, foul odor and irritation.
experience one /some of these signs, tell your doctor how long the symptom
lasts, how severe it is and other important things to help your doctor make an
While some women experience a specific symptom, others don’t. In other words, again early pregnancy symptoms can vary from woman to woman.
You should not only rely on the symptoms! Consider also several options to make sure whether or not you are being pregnant. Besides a home pregnancy test, try also (if necessary) a lab test for more accurate result.