Symptoms of pregnancy week 3

Breast Pain51% of women experience breast pain and tenderness as a symptom during week 3 of pregnancy. A third week into pregnancy may go unnoticed by others but not by those women who are in tune with their body.
In the third week, the fertilized egg implants itself  firmly into the thick lining of the  uterus. In the third week of pregnancy, blood vessels may get dilated causing your blood pressure to go down.
Hormonal changes in the early third week of pregnancy may induce nausea or morning sickness.

Many pregnant women experience constipation in the third week of pregnancy. For some, it goes right up to the third trimester.
At the onset of  the third week in a woman’s menstrual cycle, she would be just about to menstruate.
Different kinds of smells or the mere sight of food may make a pregnant woman feel like vomiting. Though this happens gradually, frequency of urination increases from as early as the third week into pregnancy. At night this frequency tends to be on the rise. By the end of the week the blastocyst will reach the uterus where the outer lining of cells anchor to the uterine wall.

Again, this may be misunderstood as menstrual bleeding in case a woman is not aware of her pregnancy. In case of anemic women who are three weeks pregnant, fatigue may cause extreme discomfort and interfere with daily activities.

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