Late? While this is a key sign of pregnancy, other possible causes could be excessive weight gain or loss; fatigue; hormonal problems; stress; birth control; and breastfeeding. If there's a chance you may be pregnant, it may be a good idea to take a home pregnancy test.
Feeling nauseous? It could be morning sickness, but it could also be food poisoning, stress, and a variety of other stomach disorders. Nausea during pregnancy usually begins two to eight weeks after conception. A trip to the doctor is probably in order—pregnant or not.
Breast tenderness is a common first sign of pregnancy that typically begins one to six weeks after conception. But sore breasts could also be caused by hormones, birth control pills, and a sign that your period is about to start.
Can't stay awake? Fatigue is definitely a sign of pregnancy but can also be caused by stress, illness, depression, and other mental strains. That sleepy feeling that rears its head about one to six weeks after conception is attributed to rising progesterone.
An aching back can signal pregnancy, but usually it's not an issue until the second or third trimester. Back pain can also be caused by a variety of physical and mental strains. Consider making an appointment with your doctor.
Dying for potato chips? Can't stop dreaming of dairy? Want a pickle so bad you can taste it? Yes, this could mean Baby's on the way, but food cravings could also be caused by poor diet, stress, depression, and impending menstruation.
Has the area around your nipple gotten darker? This is a common sign of pregnancy that starts about one to 14 weeks after conception and lasts throughout the pregnancy. But a hormonal imbalance could also trigger this symptom, so discuss it with your doctor.
Gotta goagain?! Frequent urination is a sign of pregnancy, and usually begins about six to eight weeks after conception. Other causes include diabetes, urinary tract infection, and taking excessive diuretics causing urination, so it's best to check with your doctor.
Is something moving around in there? Fetal movement almost always means you're pregnant, but it doesn't happen until 16 to 22 weeks. "Movement" could also be caused by gas and lower gastrointestinal bowel contractions.
When you listen to the fluttering sound of your baby's heart beat somewhere around 10 to 12 weeks after conception, congrats are in order. You're pregnant! To date, no other cause of this wonderful event has been found.