Few women may experience signs or symptoms of pregnancy within a week of conception. However, it is possible you may not experience any symptoms for a few weeks. Spotting in between your cycles, sore breasts, nausea, and mood changes can be suggestive of pregnancy. Hormonal changes before periods can also cause these symptoms in few women. Wait for your periods. In case you miss your periods take up pregnancy test. Urine pregnancy tests determine the amount of HCG in your urine, when it reaches a certain level. Measurement of blood HCG levels can detect smaller amounts of the hormone, and so can detect pregnancy earlier than urine tests. They are more sensitive and accurate compared to urine tests. That will detect whether you are pregnant or not. Do write to us again with more queries.
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