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    Common signs of early pregnancy
    Clearchung posted:
    The signs below are other early indicators of pregnancy, which may occur before a missed period. Many women do not notice these until later in pregnancy.

    You may experience all, some or none of these symptoms.

    *Feeling nauseous, particularly in the mornings.

    *Changes in sense of smell, taste or food craving.

    *Tenderness in the breasts.

    *Frequent trips to the Bathroom.

    *Increased tiredness.

    *Slight bleeding or spotting or cramping

    *Elevated basal body temperature (BBT)

    *Positive home pregnancy test (hpt)
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    Cennlo responded:
    Thanks for sharing.
    Zoegreen responded:
    I felt nauseous seriously when I found I am pregnant.
    KriaCh responded:
    I just go through them,and now my baby is on the way.

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