It fine to travel in the first, second and third trimester.
To prevent stretch marks during your second trimester of pregnancy you could apply any type of stretch mark cream to your abdomen. You should talk to your gynecologist for advice on which cream would be appropriate for you. Also, to help the stretch marks disappear a little more be sure to apply the cream after your pregnancy.
No, normally there is minimal weight gain during the first trimester, most of the pregnancy weight gain occurs during the second trimester.
Some people gain no weight during the first trimester, particularly if they have morning sickness. Other people gain a small amount, particularly towards the end of the first trimester. The most weight is gained during the second trimester though.
The first trimester is most critical for the development of a baby. The babies brain is formed during the first trimester.
The traditional designations are: During the first trimester - abortion (spontaneous abortion, if you want to avoid ambiguity) During the second trimester - miscarriage During the third trimester - stillbirth
yes you can
What hormones could be implicated in failing to maintain the pregnancy during the first trimester?
Yes, they widen and stretch in order to prepare to accommodate the baby's head. It's a sort of dull, throbbing pain that begins in the first trimester, or at least it did for me.
You can, however it is not usually recommended because of the increases risk of miscarriage during the first trimester. Travelling during the second trimester is more recommended because of the much lower risk of miscarriage.
Back ache can occur at any trimester and the causes are different on different occasions. Bleeding in the first trimester or at any time during pregnancy is not normal.