Do you think you’re pregnant after missing a period? With your emotions high, it can be challenging to know which way is left and which way is right. You are not alone. Here are some of the most common early pregnancy symptoms.
Early Pregnancy Symptoms to Look Out For
If your period usually is pretty regular, an easy sign of pregnancy to spot is a missed period. If your cycle is irregular, a pregnancy can be more challenging to predict.
According to the Mayo Clinic, here are some early signs of pregnancy to look out for:
- Tender, swollen breasts.
- Nausea with or without vomiting
- Peeing more often than usual
- Mood swings
- Light spotting
- Food aversions
Follow up at A Hope Center today to confirm your pregnancy test results. We offer medical-grade pregnancy testing and ultrasounds at no cost to you.
When Should I Take A Pregnancy Test?
Though pregnancy symptoms are common to experience, there is not always a sign of pregnancy. Some other symptoms like fatigue or nausea can also be symptoms of illness.
Taking a pregnancy test too early can cause a false negative. Try taking a pregnancy test at least one day after your missed period for the most accurate results!
Once you’ve received medical-grade pregnancy testing to determine if you’re pregnant, an ultrasound is necessary to confirm important details about your pregnancy, including:
- How far along you are
- The viability (if your pregnancy is healthy and growing)
- The location of your pregnancy (if it’s within your uterus)
An ultrasound goes a step further in alerting you to potential complications and confirming your options. Contact us today to begin pregnancy confirmation.
*A Hope Center does not provide or refer for abortions.