7 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms

You are 7 weeks pregnant now. In your pregnancy, 7 weeks pregnant symptoms are somewhat similar to that of your past 6 weeks’ symptoms.

These symptoms are similar in the first thirteen weeks of pregnancy that is the first trimester.

You may have morning sickness if you have not experienced it already. You will also have sore and swollen breasts, like you had before your menstrual period.

7 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms

Here are some symptoms of the 7th week pregnancy.

Frequent urination

The growing uterus and fetus put pressure on the urinary bladder resulting in the frequent urination condition. The additional blood at the time of pregnancy is responsible for the additional fluid which is being processed by the kidneys and into the bladder. Because of this don’t cut liquids as your body requires steady fluid supply during your pregnancy.

Constipation

Constipation can start in the early period of the pregnancy. Constipation is caused mainly due to the hormones that slow down the digestive process and the raised pressure on the bowels by expanding the uterus. The uterus directly rests on the bladder which can result in the urination problems like slowed urine elimination, frequent urination and the possibility for the infection of the urinary tract.

Vomiting and nausea

This can result because of your body hormones. The uneasy feeling in the stomach may result in vomiting. It can happen at any time of the night or day, particularly during the first trimester, due to some of the unfamiliar hormonal combination, due to increase in the stress, and other changes in the body. For controlling the nausea don’t ever skip the meals and follow a healthy diet.

Excessive saliva

When you notice your mouth watering without any reason, you may be experiencing double whammy of the early pregnancy that is excessive saliva and queasy stomach. By chewing a gum that is sugarless can help your mouth in being a little dryer.

Food aversions and cravings

These are also the symptoms of pregnancy and for this also the hormones are to be blamed. Just make sure that you eat healthy.

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