Early Pregnancy Symptoms Directory
A home pregnancy test can be done as soon as you miss a period, but there are signs that may indicate pregnancy. You may need to urinate frequently, feel fatigued, have sore breasts, or experience nausea and vomiting. If you think you might be pregnant, make an appointment to see a doctor as soon as possible. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about early pregnancy symptoms.
Pregnancy Symptoms: 10 Early Signs That You Might Be Pregnant
How soon can you know if you're pregnant? Learn the common early signs of pregnancy from WebMD.
What Is Amenorrhea? What Causes It?
Doctors use this word to describe the absence of menstrual periods. But why does it happen?
Your Pregnancy Week by Week: Weeks 1-4
Learn about your baby's development from conception through the first four weeks of your pregnancy in WebMD's Pregnancy Week by Week guide.
Pregnancy, Vomiting Treatment
While you are pregnant, nausea and vomiting are normal, especially in the first trimester. WebMD offers tips on curbing those symptoms through diet.
Pregnancy Symptoms: What They Never Told You
Some early pregnancy symptoms are not as obvious as others. Sickness, fatigue, and constipation can all be symptoms of pregnancy.
7 Embarrassing Pregnancy Symptoms
Experts offer tips for coping with embarrassing pregnancy symptoms.
8 Early Signs of Pregnancy
You haven't missed your period yet, but something seems different. Is it PMS, or are you pregnant? You can feel the effects of hormones, even before you know for sure.
5 Things to Do After a Surprise Pregnancy
There’s no need to panic with an unplanned pregnancy. Here are the first 5 things you need to do.