This is how to distinguish pregnancy symptoms from PMS

Women who are very keen on having a baby watch their bodies on a monthly basis to see if they have PMS symptoms or are experiencing the earliest signs of pregnancy before carrying out a pregnancy test.

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What is PMS?

Premenstrual syndrome occurs in women after ovulation and before menstruation. It also has physical and psychiatric symptoms such as irritability, depression, flushing, fatigue, bloating, appearance of acne, boldness and increased sleep. PMS is followed by menstrual bleeding.
Menstruation occurs when the egg is not fertilized and the thickened mucous membrane, which is ready for oviposition, is absent. During menstruation, many women experience symptoms such as cramps, bloating, bustiness and mood swings. Interestingly, even though about 90 percent of women experience menstrual pain, only 30 of them suffer from PMS symptoms. All of these are characterized by backache, increased urinary urgency, abdominal and breast tenderness, that is, many similarities or subtle differences that can only be found in man afterwards. If you already know the vibrations of your body, you are in a better position, and the first really credible symptoms can help. However, keep in mind that the first and safest sign of pregnancy is the positive test.

Here are the symptoms of PMS and pregnancy:

  • Fejfбjбs: Headache may be a sign of pregnancy, but many women also experience headache or migraine during PMS.
  • Hбtfбjбs: Another symptom, which may be menstrual proximity, but may also indicate pregnancy.
  • Hangulatvбltozбsok: Mood changes, such as irritability, anxiety, and anxiety are common in both PMS and early pregnancy.
  • Szйkrekedйs: The hormone progesterone can cause indigestion, most often constipation. As the level of progesterone rises by half in the menstrual cycle, this symptom may be more severe in women with PMS. But similarly, hormonal changes in early pregnancy can cause constipation.
  • Urinalysis: If you need to pee more often, it can be a sign of a near menstruation, but also a pregnancy.
  • Breast pain and tenderness: Breasts may become heavy, tender, swollen in the days before menstruation, but it is also one of the first signs of pregnancy.

Here are the symptoms of PMS and pregnancy:

  • Bleeding or smearing: Instead of menstrual bleeding, there may be just one smear, two drops of blood, which can be a sign of smear.
  • Fбradtsбg: Fatigue is a common symptom in the early stages of pregnancy, but many women also experience the onset of PMS, but it ceases with the onset of the new cycle, ie menstruation.
  • Increased rate: Although PMS is a symptom, the early stages of pregnancy are much more intense after-meals
  • Gцrcsцk: Abdominal cramps and pain occur many times before and during menstruation and bleeding. Women with PMS generally have more intense pain than those with the early stages of pregnancy.
  • Honey, and / or Honey: Nausea and nausea are more common in early pregnancy than in the menstrual period, and very few people experience PMS. However, many will only experience a baby when they are still bleeding, and know for sure that they are having a baby.

As for the pregnancy-specific symptom:

  • Missed menstruation: Lack of menstruation is the safest sign of pregnancy. If you have a regular cycle, it is a good idea to have a pregnancy test the next day after your expected period.
  • Bleeding Blood and Nodes: Although not common to all, malignancy may have symptoms, such as the aforementioned bleeding and spasms, which are very different from menstrual blood and pain.
  • Vaginal flow: Increased estrogen production during pregnancy results in increased vaginal flow.
  • Changing of nipple and nipple color: Some people show less, but for many women, nipple and instillation of the nipple appear particularly during early pregnancy.