Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy  There is a chance you can get pregnant any time you have sex. Every woman has a unique experience with pregnancy symptoms, and even experiences symptoms differently from pregnancy to pregnancy. One of the most common signs you are pregnant is a late or missed period. You may feel or notice symptoms of pregnancy within a week of getting pregnant. It is also possible you won’t notice the symptoms until a few weeks later.
If you think you could be pregnant, watch for these early signs and symptoms: missed period, headaches, tender breasts, nausea, and lower backaches. Of course, these symptoms don't always mean you are pregnant, and you could even be pregnant without feeling any of them.
If you have had sex and are experiencing any of these symptoms, it is important to take a pregnancy test. If that test is positive, you'll need to make sure the pregnancy is viable with an ultrasound as soon as you can.
Early Signs and Symptoms of Pregnancy In addition to a missed period, the earliest symptoms of pregnancy might include:
Nausea with or without vomiting
Tender, swollen breasts
Food aversions or cravings
Sometimes symptoms of pregnancy are less familiar or obvious. If you're pregnant, you might also experience:
Slight bleeding or cramping
Darkening of the Areolas
If you are pregnant, you have three choices: You can choose parenting, adoption, or abortion. So many women find it is helpful to talk with someone.