Missed your period? Experiencing late night cravings for delectable ice creams? Think you are pregnant? Well, you don’t have to pee on that strip each time you feel a random wave of morning sickness or nausea. Instead, look for some early signs of pregnancy to find out if you actually should get a pregnancy test – or wait longer for your next period to arrive.
Nausea, also called as morning sickness, is the classic sign of pregnancy, which occurs due to an exceptional rise in the hormonal levels in a woman’s body. Usually, nausea starts when you are about six weeks pregnant (during the first trimester). It is definitely uncomfortable to deal with, but it is generally perceived as a sign of healthy pregnancy. There is not much that can be done about nausea. However, an upset stomach can be settled by eating bland foods.
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