Some symptoms of pregnancy are a cinch to spot because of how well known and common they are. These include morning sickness, fatigue, and breast tenderness. However, there are actually quite a few other pregnancy signs that far too many women don’t know to look for. When you know what you’re looking for, it’s actually possible to have a good idea as to whether or not you’re pregnant long before you miss your period or before you get an accurate result from a pregnancy test.

Pay attention to sleep disturbances

While many pregnant women have reported being extremely fatigued during early pregnancy, there are actually quite a few women who experience quite the opposite. They suddenly find themselves wide awake at night when they used to sleep just fine before. They can also wind up feeling pretty restless in general. If you’re trying to conceive and are on the lookout for early signs of a pregnancy, look at your sleep patterns for any sort of differences… not just fatigue.

Pay attention to your digestive system

Anyone who’s ever seen a film or a television show that featured a pregnant character is familiar with the image of a newly pregnant woman feeling constantly nauseous and ill, especially in the morning. However, it’s important to understand that your digestive system can act up in a number of ways if you’re pregnant. Many women experience issues with gas as one of their early pregnancy signs. Others wind up having trouble with constipation or even diarrhea. Pregnancy hormones can cause lots of bodily changes, but they almost always affect a woman’s digestive system in one way or another.

 

Check to see if your sinuses are bothering you more than usual

Most women wouldn’t immediately think “pregnancy” if their sinuses were acting up a little more than usual. However, this is one of the earliest pregnancy symptoms for many, especially women who typically have issues with allergies and other conditions that affect the sinuses. Pregnancy hormones can mean dry sinuses, ungodly levels of congestion, or even nosebleeds so if you suddenly start experiencing problems like these and have been trying to conceive, it might be time to think about buying a pregnancy test.

 

Monitor your skin and body hair for changes

Many women begin to experience drastic changes in their body hair and/or the condition of their skin when they’re pregnant. If you normally have trouble with acne and it suddenly clears up or vice versa, the hormonal flux associated with pregnancy may be to blame. This is also the case with body hair. If you find you have to shave your legs either more or less often for no perceivable reason, you may have a baby on board.

The easiest way to spot pregnancy quickly is to know your body inside out and look for any sudden changes. Hormones are often to blame for such things and nothing causes a shift in one’s hormonal balance like pregnancy does.

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