Do you think you might be pregnant? There are all sorts of signs and symptoms that your body shows during the early stages of pregnancy, and some of them might even pop up before you get a positive pregnancy test. Let’s dive in and find out what they are.
- You could experience pregnancy symptoms as early as two to three weeks after ovulation.
- Early pregnancy symptoms are different for everyone.
- Are you wondering, “When can I take a pregnancy test?” For an accurate result, a pregnancy test should be taken the day after a missed period, ideally in the morning.
How early can you spot the first signs of pregnancy?
First things first: How early can you show signs of pregnancy? The answer will vary from person to person, but you can expect to experience very early pregnancy symptoms around two or three weeks after ovulation if conception occurred. Some people may experience the signs earlier, while others might not notice them until after a missed period. “Sometimes it could be a little earlier or a little later, but most of the time, it’s around the four- to five-week mark [since the first day of your last period] that you start to feel signs,” explains Dr. Charlsie Celestine, obstetrician and gynecologist, New Jersey, US.