7 Reasons Why You Might Be Feeling So Cold While Pregnant

If you notice other symptoms like runny nose,headache, fever, sore throat or a cough, then it is better to give your doctor a call or even a visit to make sure there is infection.

It was so hard for me to believe that feeling cold can be one of the common symptoms of pregnancy.

When you think about some of the reasons here it makes total sense why you would feel cold during early pregnancy.

Nausea can really bring your mood down and make you feel so weak physically. It kills your appetite and your nutritional intake takes a hit.


If you are Trying to Conceive (TTC), you might be very familiar with Basal Body Temperature and how it rises and falls all through ovulation to early pregnancy.

High Basal Body Temperature

Just prior to ovulation, your BBT dips a bit, due to the presence of the hormone, estrogen. Once the egg is released, your body starts to produce progesterone, which drives the BBT higher.

I remember being extremely fatigued during the whole first trimester . Even though your baby is so tiny,your body is working over time to develop your baby which leaves you exhausted.


If you are constantly cold combined with feeling dizzy it can be a symptom of? low blood pressure.

Low Blood Pressure

While it is normal for pregnant ladies to to expect a slight dip in the mercury level, anything less than 90/60 mm Hg can be a concern and must be checked.

Iron deficiency is one of the common pregnancy problems. When you have low iron in your blood there is less oxygen carried to the cells that is required for metabolism.


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