In this post I wanted to outline 10 symptoms of pregnancy, none of which involve missing a period.

Why bleeding before period is a question expectant mothers often ask, but there are many other ways that can provide an incline into whether your pregnant or not.


1. Tenderness of the Breast

Pregnancy induced hormonal changes cause the breasts to become more sensitive.

2. Nausea and Vomiting

The feeling of what many people call ‘morning sickness’ can last all day.

3. Fatigued Feeling


Fatigue in early pregnancy is quite common. This is most likely caused by the increased metabolic requirements of the body.

4. Change in Appetite

The cravings for odd combination of foods or non-food items

5 .Changes in Body Temperature

If the egg meets the sperm and gets fertilized, the increase of the body temperature continues being maintained.

6. Frequent Urination

The major reason for this symptom is the increased blood volume. Due to that, the frequent urination appears.

7. Change in sense of taste

They complain of having a metallic taste in their mouth.



Enlarging uterus compresses major vessels in the legs causing a reduction in the blood pressure this cause dizziness.

9. Constipation

Pregnancy hormones are known to decrease bowel functions to increase the absorption time of nutrients and vitamins.

10. Sluggishness

HCG raise the amount of progesterone circulating in the body and the body temperature goes higher ultimately causing sluggishness.


What Is Chronic Blushing & How Can It Be Cured?

You have seen people blush. Perhaps you have blushed, once or twice yourself?

We all know how it feels-whether from just receiving a compliment, emotional stress or embarrassment.

Probably worse than blushing itself is knowing everybody else is seeing the physical evidence of your discomfort that inconveniently functions to redden your face further.

It is thought that constant blushing is a severe problem for about 5% of people.

The effects may be devastating. Chronic blushing ( Idiopathic Craniofacial Erythema) is not the normal blushing we are used seeing on movies and TV.

Chronic blushing isn’t only a physical problem, but it’s also a psychological one. For example, in the year 2012, 20-year old one student in Washington found the effects of blushing so debilitating that he opted to commit suicide.


Chronic Blushing: Solutions

There are different options available for blushers, depending upon the cause and severity. Cognitive behavioral therapy may help eliminate stressful and unwanted thoughts, green-color corrective makeup (used to counteract the red), breathing techniques used to induce calm, and medications like SSRIs and beta blockers for those people who blush because of social anxiety.