Yes, dizziness, cramps and headaches are all normal in pregnancy - most often caused by hormonal fluctuations.
Yes. It is caused by the hormones
Yes. It is very normal to feel kicking and other movements in your third trimester. You should be worried if you wouldn't feel any movements over a period of several weeks.
Yes its quite common.
Yes, but more so in the third trimester
The third trimester begins at 29 weeks of pregnancy
Fatigue is common in early pregnancy, usually fades during the second trimester, then may return in the third trimester.
Usually at the third trimester.
Yes, it is, however it could be a sign of anaemia, which is quite common during pregnancy, so you should speak to your doctor or midwife about it
third trimester is from 27 weeks to baby is due 40 weeks
It is the fourth week of the third trimester.
is it normal to feel dizziness a couple of weeks after the hysterectomy
It usually clears up after the first trimester but its definitely not unheard of in the third
The third trimester starts at week 28, or 7 months into the pregnancy.
Yes, your baby is stronger every day and their kicks can definitely hurt.
A "lot" of dizziness is never normal. Seek medical attention
There is a lot of pressure on the lower part of your body (waist down) by the third trimester because the baby is quite heavy now (and then there's all the amniotic fluid too). It is very normal to get this kind of swelling
Drinking in teens is normal.
It grows in size Apex
Trimester simply is a term that refers to dividing the normal 9 month pregnancy into three 3-month segments. So, the first trimester is the first three months of pregnancy; the second trimester is months 4-6; and the third trimester is the final three months. Hope this helps! Dr. B.
Because he or she has already done most of their growing in the second trimester. Also, there is less space in the uterus by the third trimester, so there is less space to grow
1-3 Months = the First Trimester 3-6 Months = the Second Trimester 6-9 Months (ie Birth) = the Third Trimester