Week 3: You may be pregnant but probably won't have any symptoms.What to do now:- Don't take any medications, prescription or over-the-counter without checking with your doctor. Particularly avoid all products containing vitamin A or its derivatives, such as Retin-A or Accutane. However, many conditions, such as asthma and diabetes, require ongoing treatment, so talk to your doctor before discontinuing any necessary medications.- Get a flu shot if you haven't already; they're safe.Read…
For some women, the first trimester of pregnancy is a breeze, full of happiness and the start of a pregnancy glow. But it isn’t so easy for everyone. Some of us battle “all-day” sickness, exhaustion, constipation, headaches, and even acne. Read on for tips on coping with some of the more common symptoms of the first trimester.
The earliest signs of pregnancy are often easily overlooked. Many women know that a missed period may indicate pregnancy, but so can bloating, spotting, and cramping. Learn when and why symptoms occur in the first weeks of pregnancy.
6 Earliest Signs of Pregnancy - Some pregnancy symptoms can begin a just few days after conception, even before a positive pregnancy test would register. So how can you know if you are pregnant before you even miss your period? Check out these signs that might suggest you've got a bun in the oven.