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Dating a pregnancy after miscarriage

Increased Basal Body Temperature This is your temperature as soon as you wake up. Using this is agood indicator that a woman is pregnant if she continuously tracked her temperature prior to becoming pregnant, for fertility purposes.If this is you, you'll notice that your temperature does not fall back down to or below the cover line temperatures.

If the pain is too much to handle, talk to your doctor about appropriate medications. Vaginal Discharge Vaginal discharge, without itching or burning, may be a sign of pregnancy and can occur in the very beginning.Elevated BBT can be a first indication of pregnancy, even before your pregnancy test result is positive. Breast Soreness This is usually one of the first physical signs of pregnancy and goes away during the second trimester. As the breasts prepare for breastfeeding, estrogen and progesterone rise and cause the tenderness.Morning Sickness About half of pregnant women will experience morning sickness. Some women are sick only at night, some are sick all day, and for other women feeling ill comes and goes with its own pattern. The ill feeling occurs with the rapid rise of estrogen, which is produced by the fetus and placenta. Frequent Urination Are you going to the bathroom more than usual? It's common fairly early on—the first trimester, and then the third trimester, are when you'll experience it most because of the growing uterus.Although rare, a few women may continue to cycle throughout their pregnancy.It may be harder to note a missed or strange period if you experience irregular cycles.Also, if this isn't your first pregnancy, your symptoms may vary from those you experienced last time.

The only way to confirm pregnancy is through a test, but there are some common signs to look for.

This may be a pregnancy symptom, but it is not necessarily a pregnancy sign.

There are many things that could cause the headaches, including stress.

Expanding blood volume and blood vessels may cause vertigo, but this is usually only in the first trimester.

Cramping Cramping is not something you might think of as an early pregnancy symptom, but rather as a sign of your impending period.

You should also bring any and all questions you have to your next prenatal visit.