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Stages of pregnancy 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trimester

Pregnancy long about 40 weeks, start from the first day of the last period, The weeks are grouped in three-Trimesters, Find out what's going on between you and your child in these three stages.
Stages of pregnancy 1st, 2nd, 3rd Trimester

First Trimester  (Week 1 Week 12)

in the first trimester, the body undergoes many changes, Hormonal changes affect almost all organ systems in the body, These changes  cause symptoms even in the first weeks of pregnancy
, The period of detention is a clear sign that you are pregnant, Other changes may include:

  1. Extreme fatigue.
  2. Soft, swollen breasts, Nipples may also stand out.
  3. Upset stomach with or without vomiting (morning disease).
  4. Cravings or disgust with certain foods.
  5. Humor.
  6. Constipation (problems with bowel movements).
  7. Need to urinate more often.
  8. Migraine.
  9. Acidity.
  10. Weight gain or loss.
  11. If your body changes, you may need to make changes to your daily routine, such as lying down early or eating small meals frequently, Fortunately, most of these ailments will go away as the pregnancy progresses, Just as every woman is different, so is every pregnancy.

Second Trimester  (Week 13 Week 28)

Most women find the second trimester of pregnancy easier than the first, But it's just as important to stay informed about your pregnancy during these months.

You may notice that symptoms such as nausea and fatigue go away, But other new and more remarkable changes are happening in your body, And before this trimester is over, you'll hear your baby start moving!

If your body changes to make room for your growing child, you may have:

  1. Body pain such as back, abdominal, groin, or thigh pain.
  2. Marks of stretch marks on the abdomen, chest, thighs, or buttocks.
  3. Darkening of the skin around the nipples.
  4. A line on the skin that extends from the navel to the pubic hair.
  5. Darker skin spots, usually on the cheeks, forehead, nose, or upper lip. Patches often fit on both sides of the face. This is sometimes referred to as a pregnancy mask.
  6. Numb hands or tingling called carpal tunnel syndrome.
  7. (Call your doctor if you have nausea, loss of appetite, vomiting, jaundice, or fatigue in combination with itching, These may be signs of a severe liver problem.)
  8. Swelling of the ankles, fingers, and face, (If you notice sudden or extreme swelling, or if your weight is due to care very quickly, call your doctor immediately, This could be a sign of preeclampsia.)

Third Trimester  (Week 29 Week 40)

You're on edge! Some of the same inconveniences he had in the second trimester will continue, In addition, many women find it difficult to breathe and notice that they have to go to the bathroom even more often, This is because the baby is aging and putting more pressure on the organs. Don't worry, your baby is fine and these problems will decrease once you give birth.

Some new body changes you may notice in the third trimester are:

  1. Lack.
  2. Acidity.
  3. Swelling of the ankles, fingers, and face, (If you notice sudden or extreme swelling, or if your weight is due to care very quickly, call your doctor immediately, This could be a sign of preeclampsia).
  4. Hemorrhoids.
  5. Delicate breasts that may lose an aqueous pre-milk called colostrum (cow-LOSS-strum).
  6. The umbilical button can stand out.
  7. Trouble sleeping.
  8. The "falling" child or moving deeper into the abdomen.
  9. Contractions may be a real or fake brand of work.
  10. As you approach the expiration date, the cervix becomes thinner and softer (so-called removal) This is a normal natural process that helps open the birth canal (vagina) during the birth process, Your doctor will check your progress with a vaginal exam as you approach the expiration date. 
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