Feeling Tired Sign Of Pregnancy Before Missed Period

A life within a life, to be able to beget life is the best gift nature has bestowed upon living beings. Moreover, it's even wonderful for human beings. We can sense every move in body; it is so wonderful a feeling to see through the signs, to know it is coming. If you too are waiting for it, we can guide you with some early signs that may help you detecting the good news for yourself.
Normally it takes a weak time to conceive after the inter-course. As soon as body conceives some minor but pivotal hormonal changes occur in the body. In early weeks of pregnancy these signs are mild and hence can be ignored. Missed periods, it is the universally renowned siren of concieving. If you are missing your otherwise regular menstruation this month, you may be expecting.
Mood swings and fatigue, many women undergo caprices, they feel low at a moment and high at the next, and they feel tired, queasy, lightheaded, and moody. Another sign is a feeling of nausea or morning sickness; it may happen at any time of day. Woman feels puckish, suffers nausea with or without vomiting.

Change in food habits develops at the earliest stage of fertilization and then increases with gestation period. Expected mothers feel sudden aversion and cravings for some specific food.
Pregnant mothers can also feel increased frequency of urination; doctors explain this as a hormonal change. Kidneys produce more urine that makes them feel frequent need to use toilets. Talking about external body changes, tenderness of breasts can be felt, breasts become sore and sensitive. This happens as the body prepares them for producing milk. Motherhood itself is a sensitive phenomenon; therefore women often become sensitive to different kind of food, aromas. They may feel dizziness, and may faint often. Low back pains, fatigue, irritability, higher body temperature, heartburn and constipation are less popular signs of early pregnancy. It is always better to know your body whether you hope for pregnancy or suspect it. Even before you go for a check, this check list can help you detect what's coming your way.

One, who hopes for a new life, waits for t eagerly. Often feeling it is now, now it is. One cannot be taken to a doctor for every now and then. So there are some self check tests in the list about being pregnant. These symptoms can easily be detected. An expecting woman may face these changes in her body during early weeks of her pregnancy. Nausea, with or without vomiting, tenderness of breast, frequent urination, sudden aversion or craving for food, developing allergy from aromas, sudden weight gain, back pain, high temperature, mood swings etc are some signs that develop with days of pregnancy. It couldn't get any better, to know it first, after all this is what makes a mother so special. These signs are not just hormonal. These are the threads that strengthen the bond of mother child relationship.

feeling tired sign of pregnancy before missed period

5 thoughts on “Feeling Tired Sign Of Pregnancy Before Missed Period

  1. What are signs of pregnancy before a missed period?
    My period is due in 2 days, and my cervix is low and hard. Does that mean anything?

  2. What are some very early pregnancy symptoms (before missed period)?
    My last period was around may 26th, Not sure of the exact date, but I do know that I had my period on that day. I had unprotected sex Saturday, June 11. What are the earliest signs of pregnancy before I miss my period?

    • 1. Light Spotting – if you have conceived, spotting can happen when implantation occurs before your menstrual period should begin. Pregnancy bleeding from implantation is pinkish or brownish and not heavy. A normal menstrual flow should begin light, become heavy, then taper off again before ending.

      2. More Frequent Urination – urinating more often is one of the very early signs of pregnancy. Many women experience more frequent urination even before a missed period, usually from about 7-12 days after the temperature rise at ovulation. The changes in hormone levels produced by implantation of the embryo, especially the hormone “human chorionic gonadotropin” (hCG), cause more frequent urination.

      3. Elevated Body Temperature – it’s normal to have an increase in body temperature at ovulation. Your basal body temperature staying elevated after ovulation is completed and remaining elevated through when your period should begin can be one of the very early signs of pregnancy.

      4. Missing a Menstrual Period – a missed period is one of the obvious 10 pregnancy signs. However, you can miss a period for other reasons including illness, stress, hormone imbalance and reactions to foods or medications. If your menstrual cycle normally occurs very regularly, missing a period can be a sign.

      5. Fatigue – lack of energy as one of the very early signs of pregnancy may be hard to distinguish from other kinds of exhaustion. Feeling tired is related to the change in hormones in the body, which usually disappears as the body adjusts to the new hormone levels.

      6. Cramping – the uterus can contract often and regularly. Moving around, exercise and orgasm all can trigger uterine cramping in early pregnancy.

      7. Nausea – morning sickness is the name given to feeling nauseated when pregnant. Of the 10 pregnancy signs, only about half of pregnant women experience nausea, and feeling nauseated can happen any time of the day or night.

      8. Tender Nipples and Breasts – one of the very early signs of pregnancy is a feeling of tenderness in the breasts and nipples. The good news is that these feelings of tenderness go away as the body becomes accustomed to the new hormone levels.

      9. Darker Areolas – the area around the nipples becomes darker as early as one week after conception. The bumps on the areolas may look more prominent.

      10. Constipation – you may notice a change in your bowels in early pregnancy. The intestines may relax and function less due to changing hormones and be one of the 10 pregnancy signs.

      hope this helped <3

  3. How long after unprotected sex can a pregnancy test be taken and give a accurate result?
    On the 25th or 26th of March my boyfriend and I had unprotected sex. He pulled out before he came but I’m doubtful that he pulled out fast enough. I’m not on the pill and no other contraception was used. I finished my last period on the 23rd of March, so when we had sex it would of been around the time when I was fertile. That was almost two weeks ago and since then I’ve been getting pain in my lower back by my tail bone, abdominal cramping, slight nausea, feeling more tired than usual and have had white discharge. I know its early but could these be signs of pregnancy? And how long do I have to wait to take a pregnancy test and for it to be accurate? It was 10/11 days today since intercourse. This is putting a lot of stress on me and I just want to know whether I’m pregnant or not as soon as possible so I can stop worrying, and I would rather not wait to see whether I miss my period or not because I’m not due for another 2 and a half weeks.
    Me and my partner are both 17. My cycle is around 29 days.
    After this scare there is no way my boyfriend and I would have unprotected sex again. We’re very open with each other and have been discussing what we will do if I am pregnant since the day after we had unprotected sex, I’m not worried at all about him leaving because of this and he’s said he will stay with me regardless of the outcome/what I do if there is a baby. I’m not going to lie, I’m terrified. My period started on the 20th. Is there anyway to tell sooner, any specific brand that is particularly sensitive and will pick up on the pregnancy quicker? I can’t wait two weeks. I’m freaking out not knowing.
    We have agreed that abortion would be the best option for us at this time as I’m still in school and our relationship is long distance (he lives 5 hours away by car) . And clearly because of our age.

    • How long is your cycle? You may not have been ovulating. How young are you? The younger you are, the more likely you are to get pregnant.

      I’m sorry you didn’t post this sooner. I would have suggested you take the morning after pill.

      You have to wait until you miss a period. You can check some of the early tests, but nothing would show yet.

      Pulling out doesn’t work as birth control with young men because they don’t have enough control over themselves, as you’ve seen. If you continue using withdrawal as your sole birth control method, then there’s a one in four chance you will be pregnant within one year. Being 17 means you’re very fertile.

      Also, you should go to the doctor and get the Gardisal shot. It’s an anti-cancer vaccine you get once you start having sex. Please get it now.

      I think you should have the conversation now about what you and your bf would want if you get pregnant. You should see if you are in agreement.

      If you finished your period on the 23rd, when was the first day? Was it about the 19th? Then you might be in danger as you would ovulate about April 1, and sperm can last five days. Check an ovulation calendar to be sure. The problem is that your body can push an egg out faster if it senses sperm present. So yeah, I would worry if I were you. I’m sorry. I wish you luck.

      Please learn from this. If you’re not pregnant, get on good birth control. I recommend the IUD or an implant.