Many pregnant women experience various symptoms in early stages of pregnancy, such as morning sickness, missed periods, fever, etc. These are some of most common pregnancy symptoms and many women use them as a warning. standard to judge if they are pregnant. However, in some women, bleeding occurs during an obvious pregnancy, which is very worrisome for pregnant women who fear problems with fetus. So, will there be periods in early pregnancy?Will there be periods in early pregnancy as well?
In fact, this is a symptom of implantation bleeding of a fertilized egg, accompanied by cramps in lower abdomen. This situation in medicine is called “implantation bleeding” and “implantation pain!”. Women with such symptoms should not worry too much, because this is a signal that a fertilized egg has penetrated wall of woman's uterus and safely settled on wall of uterus.How do you feel after sperm implantation?
1. Abdominal pain
If you're in same room during ovulation and have lower abdominal pain after a week or two, first consider whether it's abdominal pain or dysmenorrhea. If both are excluded, then you are probably pregnant. Because when fertilized egg takes root, there will be a feeling of pain in lower abdomen, and if fertilized egg takes root, then you are pregnant. Thus, if you feel this while trying to conceive, you can be sure that you are pregnant.
2. Chest pain
After implantation of a fertilized egg, women also experience chest pain. This is because women's estrogen levels are unstable, sometimes high and sometimes low, which affects female breast and causes pain. This continues up to 2-3 years. months of pregnancy.
3. Feeling tired
A surge in progesterone (hormone) can leave you feeling exhausted. If you're resting a lot and don't feel overwhelmed for whatever reason, but still feel unusually tired, pregnancy may be to blame. Almost all pregnant women suffer from this symptom, and you can look for other symptoms to confirm your suspicions.
4. Go to toilet often
After a fertilized egg implants in wall of uterus, it begins to secrete human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG). This encourages you to urinate more often, so you go to toilet more often than usual. So, if you're urinating more often for no apparent reason, or you're suddenly constipated without any previous bowel problems, you may be pregnant.
The above content refers to some of sensations associated with implantation of fertilized eggs. If you also experience these sensations after ovulation, you may be pregnant. You should check it in time with a pregnancy test stick or you can use B-ultrasound to check it, thus accuracy rate will be higher.