Can I Have Pregnancy Symptoms 1 Week Before Period?
on Jun 08, 2015
by Dr. Christine Lee, MD
Every woman is different, which means that the symptoms that she experiences early in her pregnancy may be different than another woman. This may also mean that there are no symptoms present during this time frame.
When a woman becomes pregnant it is possible for her to begin noticing symptoms at any point in time. Even after one week after conception, women can begin noticing pregnancy related symptoms. However, it can be difficult to notice symptoms one week before a period is scheduled to begin. Claim Your 20 Free Pregnancy Tests – Click Here
The reason for this is because many of the early pregnancy symptoms are pretty similar to the ones that you will experience right before your period begins. Moodiness is one of the most common early pregnancy related symptoms, but also is a common symptom for women on their period as well.
Another item that women notice is fatigue, which is caused by an increased in the progesterone levels in her body. This increase causes the woman to tire more and become fatigued. Sensitive and uncomfortable breasts are also one of the most common early symptoms that a woman experiences.
Every woman is different, which means that the symptoms that she experiences early in her pregnancy may be different than another woman. This may also mean that there are no symptoms present during this time frame. It is best to wait two weeks or closer to the time when your period should start before confirming a pregnancy.
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Dr. Christine Lee earned her Ph.D. in Developmental Biology and Master of Science in Biomolecular Organization. Dr. Lee is Lab Director for ConceiveEasy and is board certified as a High Complexity Laboratory Director (HCLD).