Scientifically Proven Ways to Detect Pregnancy Earlier Than Missing a Period


Science | By Cole Damon | December 1, 2017

There are numerous effective ways to find out or detect pregnancy at an early stage. Most of these symptoms or changes that you witness in your routine are propagated by the ups and downs in estrogen and progesterone levels present in your body. We understand how important it is for you to find out pregnancy at an early stage, so here we have a list of 8 reasons that can be helpful for detecting pregnancy.

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Pregnancy Changes

Women go through massive changes during their pregnancy. The fact that they are experiencing hormonal changes within their body means that their physical routine and physical body parts also suffer as a result of these hormonal changes.

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Swollen and Tender Breasts

If you feel that your boobies have gone bigger than they ever were, and are starting to feel really tender; then chances are than hormonal changes considered common in pregnancy are taking place. You can expect start preparing for a bigger tummy soon.

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Fatigue

Fatigue is another change that your body would go through if you are entering the phase of pregnancy. Pregnancy can be a tiring stage and the early indicators are that you feel tired all day long and skip Netflix and Chill to have some sleep.

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Mood Swings

Another effective way to find out that you are pregnant is through the mood swings that you experience. You flash like a disco ball and always have a mood ring on. It is the flood of incoming hormonal changes that is messing with your head.

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Light Headedness

Although light headedness can be an effective indicator of pregnancy, it also means that you would not be able to pay as much attention as you previously could at work. This light headedness is a sure shot indication of pregnancy and should not be taken lightly.

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Nausea and Vomiting

Nausea is more often than not followed up with vomiting. If you suddenly experience an increase in nausea and feel like vomiting in the waste paper basket after every hour or two, then you are probably experiencing an early stage of pregnancy.

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Disgust for Certain Food Items

Interestingly, research has proven that women going through early pregnancy often tend to feel disgust towards food items that they usually crave. If you feel hungry but are not drooling for pizza then we are 99 percent sure that you're going through pregnancy.

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Peeing Often

Every woman wants their peeing routine to be organized in a way that they are not rushing to the washroom after every 10 minutes. If this is the case and you feel the urgency to rush to the bathroom every once in a while then you are experiencing a natural indication of pregnancy.

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Spotting and Cramping

Most pregnant woman have found out that their period comes earlier than usual during early pregnancy. Not only does the period come quick but also finishes quickly. This is a sign of implantation bleeding, which eventually is an indication of pregnancy.

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Visit a Doctor

If you experience any one of the natural symptoms mentioned above, you should pay a visit to your doctor and confirm the pregnancy. You are required to change your routine up a bit in pregnancy, so the earlier you know the better it is. The changes you need to make in your routine are:

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Don't Drink Liquor

Once you find out that you are pregnant you need to be extra careful regarding what you eat and drink. The first step in this process is to avoid the consumption of liquor. Alcohol can pass quickly through your blood stream to the umbilical cord and should be avoided.

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Avoid Smoking

Smoking is another habit that should strictly be avoided when you are pregnant. Pregnant women often tend to smoke during their pregnancy and eventually rue doing so, since the habit can damage the lungs of the fetus in their stomach.

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Don't Hang Out in the Sauna

Hanging out in the sauna can be an ideal way to pacify the impact of the pains and aches during the early stages of pregnancy. However, doing so would mean that the elevated birth defects can leave your child at the risk of certain birth defects.

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Don't Overdo Caffeine

Drinking more than a single cup of coffee every day will increase your heart rate, your blood pressure and the trips you take to the restroom. Although you may function properly while caffeinated, your growing baby can suffer.

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Eat Wisely

Eating wisely is the most judicious decision you can make during pregnancy. While eating food, not only do you have to take care of your preferences, but you also have to account for the growing baby in your fetus.

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