Ouch, headache. It has to do with the production of progesterone. It is often a stabbing or pressing pain on the side of your head.
Pain in your lower abdomen
This is also a common pregnancy disorder that occurs soon after getting pregnant. Your uterus hangs on your pelvis with bands. As soon as your uterus grows, the tires are stretched. This can cause stabbing in your lower abdomen.
You are overflowing with emotions. You cry during movies, you just can’t see your partner sometimes and you get really annoyed by your colleague. These mood swings are due to your hormones again.
They can influence your neurotransmitters, which means that you sometimes lose control of your emotions. The mood swings occur from the third week of your pregnancy and unfortunately remain present until the end.
You need to pee more than usual. Later in the pregnancy this is because the baby is pushing on your bladder. Not now, because shortly after conception, the swelling of the uterus can get in the way of your bladder. The kidneys also get extra blood, so they produce more urine.