I’ve had a positive pregnancy test, so now I’m just waiting for the symptoms. When will nausea, vomiting, bloating, constipation and fatigue show up?
It turns out that every woman is different, says Marra Francis, a gynecologist in The Woodlands, Texas, and author of the Mommy MD guide. Some may not experience the typical signs of early pregnancy, while others may feel immediate changes in their bodies. And you can’t use your previous pregnancies as a guide. Symptoms may appear at different times in each pregnancy,” adds Dr Francis.
As a basic guide, we’ve compiled a list of nine common symptoms in early pregnancy and when they usually start. However, these symptoms are only a guide, and you should consult your doctor if you are in any doubt.