When Should I Feel My Baby Move During Pregnancy?

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Pregnancy is an extraordinary and exciting time for any expecting mother, as she gets to experience the incredible journey of carrying her baby as it grows inside her womb. One of the most memorable moments during pregnancy is feeling your baby’s movement for the first time. This can be an indescribable joy for pregnant moms […]

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Pregnancy Mood Swings

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With the list of symptoms of pregnancy to contend with, and a body that is changing daily it is perfectly normal to feel irritable and experience mood swings. Beyond the physical changes, there are emotional changes you are dealing with even if your pregnancy is well planned. Your moodiness can be pinpointed once again to […]

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Pregnancy Constipation | Constipated and Pregnant

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Constipation is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy because food digests slower than usual due to increased progesterone manufacturing going on in your body. Your body slows down to let itself to absorb as much nutrients, minerals and vitamins as possible from the food you eat. Take a very good prenatal vitamin (ask […]

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Pregnancy Breast Tenderness | Sore Nipples Pregnancy

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Of the symptoms of pregnancy that cause the most discomfort, breast tenderness is one of the most painful for some women. Their breasts are very sore and tender, and simple things like dressing and showering become a pain inducing experience. This is one of the first pregnancy symptoms that women notice, even when other more […]

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Morning Sickness

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One of the most frequently experienced symptoms of pregnancy is morning sickness, which usually lasts for about a month for most women. It can start as soon as 7 days following conception. Morning sickness does not always occur just in the morning, some nausea lasts throughout the entire day. It is caused by the fluctuating […]

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Dizziness from Pregnancy

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One of the fairly common symptoms of pregnancy is the sensation of dizziness or sometimes even feeling faint. Early in your pregnancy you may have the sensation of feeling dizzy or faint because of low blood sugar. Your body is changing rapidly, both in hormone levels and blood circulation. As your uterus grows it applies […]

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Pregnancy Lower Back Pain

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As far as symptoms of pregnancy are concerned, lower back pain is a pregnancy symptom that almost half of all pregnant women experience. Many women feel it early on, and quite a few will experience lower back pain all through their whole pregnancy. Lower back pain in pregnancy occurs for several reasons. Your weight changes, […]

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Frequent Urination During Pregnancy

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Frequent urination is not one of the most noticeable symptoms of pregnancy early on. Almost from the beginning of pregnancy, you may discover that you’re making quite a few additional trips to the bathroom, but may not make the connection immediately. The expanding uterus causes much more frequent urination during pregnancy because it puts pressure […]

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Missed Period

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Symptoms of pregnancy vary from woman to woman, but all women will stop having their period at some point when pregnant. Possibly the most apparent pregnancy symptom is having a missed period. A missed period is the first symptom most women notice. It is what causes them to suspect pregnancy. When pregnancy occurs, you should […]

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Pregnancy Cravings & Pregnancy Food Aversions

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When it comes to pregnancy food cravings, the old wives tale of pickles and ice cream is one that people look out for right away. Pickles and ice cream may never be one of your food cravings in pregnancy, but many pregnant women do report craving certain foods more often during their pregnancies. Some women […]

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Implantation Bleeding

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One of the symptoms of pregnancy that can cause worry for women is spotting from implantation. The usual cause of light bleeding in early pregnancy is implantation of the fertilized egg, which is called implantation bleeding. Implantation bleeding occurs when the fertilized egg implants itself in the uterine wall, and it usually happens about 7 […]

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Pregnancy Headaches

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Another one of the symptoms of pregnancy that some women experience is intense headaches. These are caused by the rise in hormone production and changes in the body as it accommodates the new life inside it. Talk to your doctor if your headaches get too severe, and to find out what you can safely take for […]

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Pregnancy Fatigue

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Fatigue during pregnancy is one of the most common symptoms of pregnancy. You may become easily tired or exhausted during pregnancy, especially in your first trimester and fatigue can appear as early as the first week after conception. Your body is working extra hard to produce certain hormones and to supply nutrients to your baby […]

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You may have pregnancy symptoms that include breast tenderness, fatigue, morning sickness, and more or nothing at all. Not every woman has every pregnancy symptom during her entire term, and some women experience no symptoms at the beginning of their pregnancy. Included are common symptoms of pregnancy that you may have to give you an idea of what is ordinary and what should be cause for concern.

Symptoms of Pregnancy

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Symptoms of Pregnancy The following are some common symptoms of pregnancy that you may have. These are broad descriptions, to give you an idea of what is ordinary and what should be cause for concern. Early prenatal care is important for your health and your baby’s health; if you think you are pregnant make sure […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 38 Weeks Pregnant

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Congratulations! You have a full-grown or full-term baby simply waiting for its debut. You will most likely have an estimated due date if you are giving birth naturally or a firm date for a c-section. You should have your home prepared for returning home from the hospital. This will mean a lot of different things […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 6 Weeks Pregnant

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Around 6 six weeks is when most women find out they are pregnant. It is around the first missed period and around the time that home pregnancy tests are going start showing if you are pregnant or not. It is a very exciting and hopeful time for most. Here is what to generally expect in […]

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18 weeks pregnant

What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 18 Weeks Pregnant

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At 18 weeks you’re just at the halfway point of your pregnancy. You’re morning sickness will most likely have long subsided and you will most likely have a visual baby bump. You will be experiencing other symptoms but the worst of them are mostly over. There will be some key developmental changes in your baby […]

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22 weeks pregnant

What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 22 Weeks Pregnant

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22 weeks of pregnancy is over the halfway point. Most if not all of the negative symptoms have subsided. Some women will still experience some morning sickness or tenderness in their breasts but this differs from person to person. There are some positive symptoms and your belly will almost certainly be visual or at least […]

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24 Weeks Pregnant

What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 24 Weeks Pregnant

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24 weeks of pregnancy is going to be the beginning of the more physically affecting and noticable changes in you and your baby. Around this time you will be seeing the doctor more and will have to be more vigilant for more serious complications in your pregnancy. Read on to see what to expect at […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 29 Weeks Pregnant

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Entering the 29th week is truly the start of the home stretch. You will most likely have your birth plan in place. Weight gain, back pain, and more ‘scheduled’ fetal movement are all normal. With only 2 months or less to go, read on to see what else you should be expecting in the 29th […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 37 Weeks Pregnant

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At 37 weeks, you’re pretty much ready to pop as some might say. Your baby will be almost fully developed and you’re just playing a waiting game for a ride to the hospital or a call to your midwife if you are planning a home birth. You still need to be mindful of your nutrition, […]

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31 Weeks Pregnant

What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 31 Weeks Pregnant

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Welcome to 31 weeks pregnant or the final stages of this incredible process that is bringing a new life into the world. You’re a few short weeks away from giving birth and may be having mixed emotions. This is completely normal, especially for a first-timer. While the process has been long, this is a massive […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 34 Weeks Pregnant

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In this late stage of pregnancy and with only 4-6 weeks left to go, there is not much developing left with your baby. They will continue to gain weight and some skeletal and organ developments will be in their finishing stages. You, however, will continue to gain some weight and will most likely continue to […]

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What Your Baby and Body Look Like at 35 Weeks Pregnant

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In the 35th week of pregnancy, you could in theory give birth safely. While your baby might be on the lighter side of the weight chart, the chances for serious premature complications are slim. You might notice some G.I. problems as the baby will be pushing on your colon and bladder with ever-increasing pressure. Read […]

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