Pregnancy - Symptoms

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Ruchi S
Written by Ruchi S, B.Sc.
Last Updated on Mar 22, 2018
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What are the symptoms of Pregnancy?

From the start of pregnancy your body will be going through very important and rapid changes. In the beginning you may not even be aware of them. However, the activities of the hormones will soon catch up with you and affect you in different ways.

The whole phase of pregnancy lasts for approximately nine months and is divided into three phases of three months each, based on the commonality of the symptomatic changes in the body. Each trimester brings with it new set of symptoms and health challenges. Some common symptoms faced by most women during the course of their pregnancy are:

  1. Missing their menstrual cycle
  2. Sudden tiredness and dizziness
  3. Morning sickness
  4. Body aches
  5. Breast tenderness
  6. Heart burn
  7. Increased urination
  8. Food cravings and food aversions
  9. Nose bleeds
  10. Varicose veins
  11. Weight gain
  12. Itching

The majority of changes that occur, are during the first 3 months of pregnancy. For a first time mother, it can be quite a trying period. Let us take a closer look at the symptoms that you as an expecting mother will be facing in each of the trimesters.

References:

  1. Pregnancy - Version (II) Dec. 2009.
  2. Conception pregnancy and birth, by Dr. Miriam Stoppard, Revised version 2008
  3. Practical Parenting Pregnancy and Birth Gill Thorn
  4. The best Friends Guide to mother hood Vicki Lovine
  5. Ask A midwife Catharine Parker Littler

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Third trimester is an important time as pregnant women tend to feel dizzy and experience breathlessness. Taking care of the growing baby and self is very important. It is also the time to consider banking your baby's umbilical cord stem cells. Stem cell banking is a health cover for your child as it protects your baby from serious medical disorders.

hi, my wife is pregant with her 3rd child, she is in her 4th month,our doctor told her fluid level is little low but nothing to worry.. i would like to get expert advise as to know due to the fluid level will there be a complication in growth of baby and delivery, moreover my wife's weight has not increased from last month,it remained the same at 65kg.. pl advise

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We got married 2 years before & now we are planning to go for family planning, so far she could not conceived.

Also while intercourse on every alternate days. only few qty of semen goes inside her Virgina.

We approached the Gynecologist & she told us to go for DNA test so what is this?

Note: Sometimes i do Masturbate which Gynecologist is not aware.

So pl advise & whether can we do this

1. Whether can use a CONDOM & get it collected in this &
later feed inside here Virgina ?

Regards

Hi KKB66, I suggest you not to go for family planning as you are still a fresh pair. I think you should be first get educated in doing a goog intercourse where she is on also playing good role. I suggest you to go for foreplay before intercource.

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