Circumcision or Not
Adoption Options
Birth Plans
Surviving Miscarriage




Miscarriage Symptoms
Causes of Miscarriage
Fathers Coping with Miscarriage
Miscarriage and Children
Daily Strength
Miscarriage Help


The Circumcision Procedure
Pros and Cons of Circumcision
Benefits of Circumcision
Circumcision Care
Uncircumcised Newborn Care

Goodell’s Sign

Significant softening of the cervix is an early pregnancy symptom. This is another symptom due to the increased blood flow to the vaginal area and is typically apparent as early as 6-8 weeks along (or 4-6 weeks following conception).

more Pregnancy Signs

Implantation Bleeding and Cramping
Missed or Lighter Menstrual Period
Positive Pregnancy Test
Tender Breasts
Sensitive Nipples
Ultrasound Detection
Darker Areolas and Elevated Glands
Fatigue
Nausea and Vomiting
Mood Changes and Irritability
Elevated Basal Body Temperature (BBT)
Dizziness
Headaches
Frequent Urination
Sensitivity to Smell
Food Cravings
Food Aversions
Heartburn
Breakouts
Constipation
Hegar’s Sign
Goodell’s Sign
Chadwick’s Sign
Increased Vaginal Discharge
Excessive Salivation
Bleeding Gums
Heartbeat Detection
Backaches
Weight Gain
Enlarging Abdomen
Nipple Discharge
Braxton-Hicks Contractions
Fetal Movement






Implantation Bleeding
Missed Menstrual Period
Positive Pregnancy Test
Tender Breasts
Sensitive Nipples
Ultrasound Detection
Darker Areolas
Fatigue
Nausea and Vomiting
Mood Changes and Irritability
Basal Body Temperature (BBT)
Dizziness
Headaches
Frequent Urination
Sensitivity to Smell
Food Cravings
Food Aversions
Heartburn
Breakouts
Constipation
Hegar's Sign
Chadwick's Sign
Increased Vaginal Discharge
Excessive Salivation
Bleeding Gums
Heartbeat Detection
Backaches
Weight Gain
Enlarging Abdomen
Nipple Discharge
Braxton-Hicks Contractions
Fetal Movement