Hi; I was wonder what are the symtoms for the 1st month of pregnancy? The reason why I am asking is because I have no symtoms….”
Typical early-pregnancy symptoms are a missed period, breasts that are sore, tingly or tender, fatigue, and unusual sensitivity to tastes and odors. Sometimes nausea and vomiting will strike, too, and you may feel bloated, headachy and crampy, like you have a case of PMS. Most pregnant women also find themselves making more trips to the bathroom than usual, because the uterus puts extra pressure on the bladder. But it’s also normal to be pregnant and not have any symptoms at all. In fact, even if you’ve been pregnant before and experienced every symptom in the book during that pregnancy, your second (or third or fourth) pregnancy might come with no symptoms at all, or completely different symptoms, and still be perfectly normal and healthy. And, some women experience every single symptom, only to find out that they’re not pregnant after all. Everybody’s different!