I find that most women take a pregnancy test in morning when they are trying to get pregnant. If there are two red lines, it means they are pregnant. If there is only one line, it means they are not pregnant. Relatively easy to work with. Simple. But sometimes pregnancy test wand is not 100% accurate. At this time, you can also know if you are pregnant by observing changes in your body. If you have these changes in your body, there is a good chance that you are pregnant.When these “changes” appear in body, it means that tadpoles have taken root
Change 1. Increase in body temperature
Under normal conditions, a woman's body temperature rises during ovulation, reaching about 36.5-37 degrees. If egg does not wait for sperm at this time, woman's body temperature will drop to normal temperature, if fertilized egg is successfully synthesized at this time, then female's body temperature will remain at 36.5-37 degrees and will not decrease. Therefore, women can judge whether they are pregnant by recording their body temperature.
Change 2, Fatigue
When an embryo enters body, because mother has simulated an endocrine state prior to natural conception prior to implantation, it will replenish sufficient estrogen or release certain hormones after ovulation (egg retrieval) and with progesterone support after embryo transfer. , Transform body's endocrine system so that embryo can comfortably reside in mother's uterus. The stimulation of these hormones can make women feel lethargic, tired, and exhausted after a day of inactivity. This symptom is easy to ignore.
Change 3, chest pain
The release or addition of large amounts of estrogen by mother changes endocrine system of women and causes breast pain in most women. This pain is similar to premenstrual pain, but differs in duration. If this is only period of ovulation before menstruation, then female's chest pain will not exceed a week, if fertilized egg has taken root normally, then female's chest pain will continue for some time.
Change 4, bloating or light spotting
When sperm and eggs form fertilized eggs in fallopian tubes, sperm and eggs that develop into embryos migrate from outside into uterus, looking for a place with most abundant blood vessels to take root and germinate, rupturing uterus. endometrium, this is clinical implantation. When a fertilized egg takes root in endometrium, it can cause small blood vessels to rupture, so women will feel pain in the lower abdomen and even a small amount of light red spotting. This is normal and nothing to worry about.
The above are some early pregnancy reactions, I hope you have them all. Pregnancy is a very difficult thing. In addition to your monthly checkup, you should also pay attention to changes in your body. , After fetal delay or miscarriage If there are any signs, you should go to hospital in time to avoid more harm.