If you have recently had unprotected sex or experienced some sort of birth control mishap, you might be wondering if you are pregnant. Perhaps you are concerned about the potentially life-altering possibility of a pregnancy. If you are in this position, the best way to find out if you are pregnant is to take a pregnancy test and follow up with an ultrasound to verify the pregnancy. If you would first like to know about the early signs of pregnancy, here are some symptoms you can look out for:

  • A missed period
  • Nausea and vomiting
  • Fatigue
  • Headache and back pain
  • Breast tenderness
  • Frequent urination
  • Mood swings

When do These Symptoms Usually Appear?

Every woman has a slightly different menstrual cycle, so not everyone experiences the same symptoms at the same times. However, women typically experience signs of pregnancy around five to eight weeks after conception. In some cases, you might notice symptoms as early as one week after conception. Since every woman’s body is different, it is important that you pay attention if you think you might be pregnant.

After Noticing Signs of Pregnancy

If you have missed a period and have started detecting other pregnancy symptoms, you should consider taking a pregnancy test. We recommend that you wait at least a week after your missed period to take the test since that will give you more accurate results. If you would prefer not to take a home pregnancy test or are interested in taking one in our care, you are welcome to take one for free in our center. If you have a positive pregnancy test in our center, we can also provide you with an ultrasound free of charge. Reach out to us for our assistance today.

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