From the moment you first suspect something to the minute you pee on the stick, waiting to learn you're pregnant can be excruciating. Regardless of whether this is something you've anxiously been preparing for or trying to avoid, knowing about the most common signs you are pregnant can help put your mind at ease until your able to get a doctor's official confirmation.
If you're anything like me, every hiccup, flutter, pressure, and new sensation in your body immediately sends you down the rabbit hole of hypotheticals when you think you might be with child. That's why finding any type of medically-sound indicators can be so comforting during such a potentially stressful time.
Of course, every woman is different and there isn't a "one-size-fits-all" list of symptoms for potential moms-to-be to check off. It's perfectly normal if your experience doesn't necessarily match up with those of your friends and family members. In fact, my best friend had entirely different symptoms with each of her pregnancies — and I've actually found that to be a fairly common experience, too. So, since you're probably on the edge of your seat biting your fingernails, go ahead and check out some of these signs that indicate you're pregnant. And, of course, if you do suspect you're pregnant, you should seek medical attention as soon as possible.