There is no rule, but usually the first symptoms and signs of pregnancy appear around the 5th week , which represents approximately 40 days .
They have different intensities and frequencies for each woman.
In general, the first sign noticed is the delay of menstruation. In some days, others start to appear, such as increased urination, nausea and vomiting.
Emotional factors are also involved in this beginning. Therefore, mood swings can be common in the first weeks.
What are the symptoms of pregnancy in the first days?
The first symptoms of pregnancy are not always noticed, as they are often subtle at first and happen with less intensity. So, right at the beginning they can go unnoticed. But, when they do occur, they usually involve:
- Pink vaginal discharge;
- Mood swings;
- Sensitive and swollen breasts;
- Increased urge to urinate.
Many women who are not yet suspicious of pregnancy may even confuse the condition with PMS, as soon as the symptoms can be quite similar.
When do the symptoms of nausea begin in pregnancy?
The nausea usually starts from the 6th week and can remain until the end of the pregnancy. It is one of the symptoms most related to pregnancy and can occur accompanied by other manifestations, such as vomiting, increased urinary frequency and tenderness in the breasts.