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Am I pregnant? Signs and symptoms of pregnancy

(People's Daily Online)

12:17, October 12, 2012

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Edited and translated by Gao Yinan, People's Daily Online
Am I pregnant? This is a frequent asked question from those who are trying to get pregnant. There are many signs and symptoms of pregnancy. I'll try to cover a lot of them here.

1. Missed period
A missed period is probably one of the more reliable signs of pregnancy. Although some women will experience implantation bleeding about the time that their cycle is due this is why you are asked for the first day of your last normal period (LMP). If you've been planning for pregnancy, the day that you expect your period is probably well marked in your mind.

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Read the Chinese version: 两性养生:意外怀孕有哪些征兆


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