You start to show in your second trimester, usually around the fifth month unless you have had many children.
Before science had the ability to track brain growth and development in the womb, it was believed the third trimester was the most crucial in preparing for life out of the womb. They now know that starting in the first weeks of life - new neurons are being generated at the rate of about 250,000 per...
I'm guessing you mean Depo Provera, the contraception injection? There's no real evidence to suggest that Depo Provera increases the chance of birth defects, but I have heard that was a common factor in some premature births. Make a doctors appointment ASAP and talk to him about your concerns.
you can gets loads in pregnancy even at the beginning that is a sign.
Nausea usually last for three months, this is because of the hormone progesterone.
Spotting in gernal is very common in early pregnany. As the new baby pushes itself into the blood lining of the uterus, the extra blood sometimes comes out in spotting or a very light period
A watery discharge during pregnancy can be normal depending on the amount of discharge. If it is a constant watery discharge then I would check with your doctor because you may be leaking your amniotic fluid. Most pregnant women experience an increase of discharge so unless you are constantly...
when you stress your body ( Exercise), first parasympathetic nervous system get stimulated then sympathetic nervous system. Parasympathetic nervous system is responsible for body secretions ( watery nose, tears, stomach, mucus, saliva, etc). This is why first response of your exercise will be...
It's not a baby until week 38. Week 1-10 it's a embryo and week11-38 a fetus. Not sure what you mean with located since it's in your uterus. Your uterus is not big and the fetus is even smaller.
No it's usually not until around 16 weeks, same as with one baby.
Yes, all fruits are especially good for you to eat during the entire pregnancy.
She would only get contractions if she was going into labour early. She might experience Braxton Hicks contractions which are the body's way of preparing for labour. They are not real contractions but many people mistake them for real contractions and think they are going into labour. If they get...
The baby will grow to its full term, it will go in lightening, effacement and then prepare for delivery.
Babies start putting on some weight, starting at about 2.25 poundsand moving closer to the average birth weight of around 7 pounds.They now have eyelashes and can blink their eyes. They startgetting fingernails, toenails, and hair, and their brains addbillions of neurons.
No, normally there is minimal weight gain during the first trimester, most of the pregnancy weight gain occurs during the second trimester.
You can, but its probably not very healthy, so as long as you compensate with healthy foods, and regularly exercise lightly, you should be okay.
Teas are a good source of anti oxidants but during pregnancy you should be careful about the herbal tea because there are few that can be toxic and induce earlier labor if there is a question consult a midwife or ob/gyn and ask them if they are unsure then you can talk to a holistic expert such as...
just to let you know the first trimester starts from 0-13 weeks and the second trimester is from 14 weeks to the 28th weeks and the 3 trimester from 29 weeks to 40 weeks or whenever you deliver they are not all equal the 2nd trimester is the most difficult and the longest with the last trimester...
Just take a big, deep breath in.
. The uterus begins to expand to make space for the baby. Towards the end of the first trimester this is visible in some people (particularly if it's the second or more pregnancy and/or abdominal muscles are weak), but not in others, and the beginings of a bump begin to show. The expanding uterus...
Drinking at any stage during pregnancy can cause Fetal Alcohol Syndrome, which is a condition. The severity of it varies between patients, but it can cause facial abnormalities, stunt growth (making the child short), learning difficulties and behavioral problems. However, drinking in pregnancy will...
No you should not have a mammogram during pregnancy at all. If the doctors think there is a reason to examine your breast tissue there are other tests, like an ultrasound that can be done. (Besides double ouch!!) If you had a mammogram before you were aware of the pregnancy, discuss the possible...
5 weeks is the earliest most women get theirs (3 weeks after conception). They will have to do a vaginal ultrasound to be able to see anything and it won't look like a baby yet.
As soon as you know or think that you may be pregnant.
Ultrasounds are fairly accurate - a fetus at 12 weeks is very small. A 22 week fetus is fairly large. They measure how big bones are, and the distance around the head. There is no mistaking a 12 weeker for a 22 weeker.
yes but you might find it quite difficult when you only have a month to go.
It's always ok. 1st, 2nd, and 3rd.
\nI think it's different for every woman, but I'm pregnant and I throw up at LEAST once a day. It's not that bad anymore though. I actually look forward to it because it makes the nausea do away.
Usually about 20 weeks. Sometimes before. It can depend on the position of the baby and the quality of the equipment being used.
Yes, they are fine. The baby will be OK.
As long as it's not outdated!
well when i first became pregnant i had normal signs of PMS. cramps and sore breast. then i missed my menstrual and the cramps worsened. this is due to the stretching of your reproductive organs. as the days went on my breast got more and more tender. At times i feel like i don't wanna eat, other...
Yes. You can get a positive pregnancy test result roughly 2 weeks after sex
Four weeks along is in the first trimester. The first trimester ranges from week 1 - week 12, or the first three months.
The third trimester starts at week 28, or 7 months into the pregnancy.
If you get Rocephin to treat gonorrhea while pregnant, you lower your risk of complications without any risk from the medication.
All women are different and the amount also changes with the cycle. But as long as it doesn't smell bad and is chunky or you have pain, it's normal. Sometimes you need extra thin pads in your undies so it wont stain. That is normal too. There is no measured amount. The vaginal walls always secrete...
Not necessarily but there could be a chance.
How much weight you gain during your pregnancy depends on how much you weighed prior to getting pregnant. If you were at a healthy weight prior to getting pregnant, you should gain 25-35 pounds during pregnancy. This breaks down to 1-5 pounds during the first trimester, and approximately 1 pound a...
Yes, however X rays are often involved and it is best to only have emergency X-rays during pregnancy
The second trimester is when movement can be felt by the mother, however movement begins in the first trimester but is small and light enough for the mother not to be able to feel it
The organs grow larger. -apex
Of course you can fly the first three months of your pregnancy. That is the best time to fly. Now, the last three months, some airlines won't let you fly. They make your doctor sign a disclaimer. Some don't care. I have a friend that flew from Australia to France at eight months of pregnancy.
\nCervical measurements vary greatly, but a normal second trimester cervix is usually between 3 and 4 cm long (30-40 mm) If your cervix is less than 25 mm in length at 18-22 weeks, you are at higher risk for pre-term labor, pre-term delivery and incompetent cervix. Usually your doctor will recommend...
Spotting is common and generally normal at all stages of pregnancy. However, if it becomes heavy and/or painful, go and see the doctor straight away
You can but you should see a doctor for any bleeding during pregnancy for them to determine if it is normal or not.
Slippery elm is known to cause contractions and could perhapsinduce labor. Taking herbs while pregnant, especially if not underthe direction of a professional who knows all of the benefits andrisks, could be very dangerous, though.
let me tell you..it HURTS! you get fat and eat alot buuut you forget it when its all over cuz you look into your babies eyes and love that baby like never before(:
For the first few weeks it is called a zygote, then it is called an embryo. Later on in the pregnancy it is called a fetus.
Yes, in fact, it is common in the 2nd and 3rd trimesters also, until the baby gets so big that it is completely squashing your colon, making it very hard to have a bowel movement or pass gas...good times. However, by this point the heartburn is so bad that you can hardly complete a sentence without...
1st trimester- all of the baby's body structures and systems develop 2nd trimester- marked by the grown and masturbation of the fetus's organs and body systems. 3rd trimester- the fetal systems continue to grow and mature also the time of the greatest weight gain
12 weeks is considered the end of the first trimester.
No. Pregnant women should not drink any type of alcohol.
indegestion during pregnancy .
nothing it is normal take some tums
I know its not safe if you want to know specifics on why ask your doctor.
when said will you know babies are still born and gone is not correct. Stillborn is when you have carried a baby and the baby has died, and you still have to give birth. STILLBORN, STILLBIRTH. to say babies are still born and gone, you only use tem Stillbirth when you have carried baby and have to...
Females start to ovulate at puberty the same time they start menstruating.x
If you know for sure that you are pregnant, it is probably not going to be your period, although some women have experienced a "first" period then learns a couple of weeks later that they really are pregnant. It is possible that it could be implantation bleeding caused by the fertilized egg to...
4.3 weeks per month average.
23 / 4.3 = 5+ months
You are 8 months pregnant.
Three. Hence the name; TRImester.
The first trimester begins the moment that you become pregnant, and ends at 12 or 13 weeks, depending on who you ask.
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Yes but you may have a little bump at the bottom, it depends how slim and/or how good you muscles are.
yes it is common, I lost 40 pds with both of my kids
No due to the very real risk of infections and blood born disease you should wait until after giving birth.
yes!! im going through it now I'm 5 weeks pregnant and im running every couple of hours to the toilet.sometimes i get feelings like its going to come out both ways.. I looked it up in the "WHAT TO EXPECT WHEN YOU'RE EXPECTING" preganncy book and its normal.. some people get diahrea for morning...
Doctors say that sleeping on your left side is the best position to sleep in because it allows the most blood flow to the mother and baby.
To the best of my knowledge pineapple is always OK.
This could be a mixture of semen and blood, if you recently had sex without a condom. answer could be Implantation bleeding which you get 11 days or more after period or something
Yes! i was weeing all the time. Your uterus is growning so you start to urinate more. I was going at least once every hour!
Your adorable baby is growing! I think.....
Colour of discharges could change even due to vaginal infections. The method to detect pregnancy would be a hassle free pregnancy kit test (Kits are available at chemists or pharmacies) A safe, quick and reliable method to check it you have conceived.
it should say on the bottle, but it is safer than aspirin and Tylenol. just be wise,, don't double dose
Folic acid is important during the entire pregnancy because it helps brain development. It gives the baby's body the nutrients it needs to form and develop neurons in the brain, which is happening rapidly, especially in the first trimester. However, folic acid is very important throughout the entire...
Yes, rubbing your stomach will not hurt your baby.
Yes, each woman and pregnancy is unique. It is possible to leak colostrum during the first trimester. That is how I knew I was pregnant with my third child.
Your first trimester goes until the 12th or 13th week, depending on who you ask. So, the first trimester is 3 months long.
Trimester= three simesters. If pregnancy lasts nine months, common sense would lead me to believe the 2nd trimester is three months.
8 months because there are 4 weeks in a month ;) yeahh... bw yw
Yes its absolutely normal to feel period like systems in the first trimester. Don't panic, relax...its your uterus stretching.
This is called hyperemesis gravidarum. It can last right up until the baby is born and most treatment is ineffective - moms are often hospitalized for dehydration and given IV fluids. At it's worst it can cause electrolyte imbalance, which means the mom to be can go into heart failure.
It means that the woman is turning into a cow and someone should start drinking this yummy yummy milk.
the world is square and if your washing your clothes at this moment then you are a time waster. also the time is 6.44am and you should not be pregnant at your age. fish face.
No, it is completely normal to not get any pregnancy symptoms during the first trimester. Some women never get any pregnancy symptoms, while others get every symptom known to man.