As in many cases in medicine, the variability of the symptoms and the sensitivity of the patients means that some may or may not be perceived in the first month of pregnancy.
As it is easy to predict, in many cases women who have an early pregnancy report not feeling any symptoms. Despite this, when a more exhaustive interrogation is carried out, the presence of some of them is revealed.
Below, we list a series of symptoms that may or may not appear during the first month of pregnancy or from the end of the first month and during the first trimester:
- Tiredness and feeling sleepy.
- Increased tenderness or even pain in the breasts or nipple.
- Increased need to urinate.
- Intermittent and short-lasting menstrual-like abdominal pain.
- Nausea or vomiting.
- Modification of smell and taste.
- Nasal congestion or rhinitis.
- Mood swings.