Trimesters of Pregnancy
First trimester is from week 1 to the end of week 12. During the first trimester your body will undergo many hormonal changes which can trigger symptoms in the first few weeks of pregnancy. Some of the most common symptoms that appear in the first trimester include tender and swollen breasts, extreme tiredness, nausea, mood swings, cravings, constipation, frequent urination, and headache. Read more
Second trimester is from week 13 to the end of week 28. During the second trimester some of the irritating symptoms like nausea and fatigue will fade. However, other noticeable physical changes are now happening. One of the most significant changes is that your abdomen will expand as your baby continues to grow. You may have body aches, stretch marks, patches of darker skin, and swelling on the face and ankles. Read more
Third trimester is from week 29 to week 40 or until you give birth. The discomforts you had in your second trimester will continue. Many women will notice they have to go to the restroom more often, as a result of the growing baby which is putting pressure on the organs. Some new body changes you might notice at this stage include shortness of breath, hemorrhoids, heartburn, trouble sleeping, and contractions. Read more
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