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2006-08-07 07:16:45
2006-08-07 07:16:45

In my both my pregnacies if I bent over too far too quick I got a bad cramp in my tummy, in bed twistin around I sometimes got pinching in my stomach, sitting doing laundry gave me tummy aches(backaches too) early on


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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.

Possibly sometime in second or third trimester. In the first trimester the embryo is so little and well protected. But a hit in the stomach rarely does it.

Most of the time, stomach pain and light cramps in the first trimester are completely normal, because your uterus is starting to really stretch out, and your body is getting used to being pregnant. Most first trimester stomach pains and cramps are due to your newly stretching uterus.

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A trimester contains the prefix 'tri' as in triangle - and it means 3 or a third. The first trimester of a pregnancy therefore means the first third of the pregnancy and as a pregnancy is 9 months long, it refers to the first 3 months.

Yes, your body will tell you when you can no longer sleep on your stomach, probably sometime around 16 weeks.

First trimester: 1-12 weeks of pregnancySecond trimester: 13-27 weeks of pregnancyThird trimester: 28-40+ weeks of pregnancyThere are three stages of pregnancy which are divided into trimesters. The first trimester covers week 1 to week 12, the second trimester covers week 13 to week 28 and the final trimester covers week 29 to week 40.

No, during pregnancy, the uterus grows up from the pubic bone, therefore getting hard on the bottom first. But during the first trimester, your stomach shouldn't be hard at all. The uterus doesn't even rise up above the pubic bone until at least 12 weeks, which is the end of the first trimester.

In the second trimester you can expect that you stomach will continue to grow and expand as your baby grows. You will likely feel kicks, rolls and hiccups and may even start to feel a painless tightening of your stomach. You may also get relief from any nausea and vomitting you had during the first trimester.

It is part of the first trimester

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Isabgol is fine to take during the first trimester of your pregnancy. The supplement will help to prevent straining of your bowel movements.

The first trimester ends at week 13, when the developing embryo becomes a fetus.

The first trimester begins from the moment you conceive until the 12th or 13th week of pregnancy.

The first trimester begins from the moment you conceive until aout 12 or 13 weeks.

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Yes. Home pregnancy tests actually give accurate results in the first trimester, some as early as the first few weeks of pregnancy.

I had no fatigue with my first. I was constantly tired for the whole first trimester with my second. Only slight fatigue with my third. It totally depends every pregnancy is different

Yes, rubbing your stomach will not hurt your baby.

Smoking is never safe in pregnancy and in the first trimester the vital organs are developed so no. It wont make you miscarry but quit now.

Generally the first trimester or until you feel comfortable.

When you are hungry your stomach will often rumble and growl as a response to your body needing nutrients. During the first trimester of pregnancy, many women lose their appetites and your stomach will growl in response.

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Pregnancy should be painless during the first trimester, see an OB doctor to assess for ectopic. Do this soon. Joymaker RN

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