The earliest pregnancy symptoms can start as early as two weeks after conception, though most women don’t notice symptoms until around the fourth to the sixth week.
The most common signs include fatigue, nausea (morning sickness), frequent urination, and breast tenderness.
If you have some acid reflux, it may be your body’s way of saying “hey, you are pregnant!”.
Fatigue is one of the most common signs of pregnancy before missed period.
You can feel nauseous, especially in the mornings; that’s why they also call it “morning sickness.”
A missed period or irregular periods (particularly when bleeding is light) is a huge telltale sign of early pregnancy.
Higher temperature in the morning when you are at rest can mean that you are pregnant.
You may experience soreness already 1-2 weeks after conception due to the pregnancy hormones.