Signs & Symptoms

You either think you're pregnant or know you are. Find out what it should feel like and what signs and symptoms of pregnancy to expect. If you know you're pregnant, you might be experiencing early pregnancy symptoms and asking "now what?". First, find out when your due date is with our due date calculator. Also, you can check out what are the pregnancy week by week symptoms and what to expect of your journey with our first trimester, second trimester and third trimester guides, and well as our week by week guides.  If you've just become pregnant or think you are, you'll probably want to start at week 2. And don't forget to sign up for our weekly updates!
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Are bleeding / swollen gums a pregnancy...
Many women experience swollen or sensitive gums during pregnancy, and it’s not always a warning sign.
I think I might be pregnant. What signs should I be...
If you’ve noticed any strange changes in your body, mood, or habits, they might just be a sign...
My breasts are incredibly tender and sore. Why does...
For many women, the first few months of pregnancy are accompanied by sore breasts, similar to what...
Dizziness during pregnancy: Is this normal?
Dizziness if a common symptom of pregnancy, and in most cases, nothing to worry about.
Strange pregnancy symptoms. Are mine normal?
Knowing what changes to expect due to hormones in pregnancy
Are itchy, blurry eyes a symptom of pregnancy?
Changes in vision during pregnancy are usually a result of hormonal changes.
Why do I get cravings?
Cravings are an undeniable part of pregnancy
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