Patient Comments: Pregnancy Symptoms - Week By Week

How did your pregnancy symptoms vary week by week?

Comment from: Rogine, 7-12 Male (Caregiver) Published: March 13

My pregnancy symptoms started at 3 weeks but I'm very sensitive to my body. It's supposed to be different for everyone but it definitely can't happen before the first 2 weeks (I think it has something to do with the implantation). I had nausea, and was totally exhausted all the time! And I kept getting really sick to my tummy every time I smoked a cigarette.

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Comment from: lilmssunshine, 35-44 Female (Caregiver) Published: February 12

I get sickness and headaches with the tiredness and it's a body I don't know anymore. I feel sick or get sick, it has not gone away. I crave for things.

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Pregnancy Symptoms - Headaches Question: If you experienced headaches in the early stages of your pregnancy, what remedies did you find effective?
Pregnancy Symptoms - First Symptoms Question: What were your very first signs or symptoms of pregnancy? Did you suspect you were pregnant before taking a test?

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