The sternum develops somewhere between week 6 and 8, so well within the first trimester.
Yes, it is possible, but it is not recommended and it is not healthy to gain that much weight during the first trimester. Most of your pregnancy weight gain should happen during the second trimester.
Yes, of course they are! Their legs start developing within the last part of the first trimester of pregnancy.
Your breast don't really begin to lactate until later in pregnancy as in your last trimester. Many women see increase in their breast though, within the first trimester.
in general they say that misscarriages within the first trimester is due to something wrong with the fetus. It's natures way to deal with it.
Depends what medicine, ask your doctor. It's in the first trimester all the important organs are made.
The heart begins to beat at the end of 3 weeks. Our 'reptilian brain' develops within the first two months, but our conscious thought does not develop until six months into the pregnancy.
The first trimester sees an average progesterone level of 9-47 ng/ml. Occasionally a doctor will find it necessary to test the womans progesterone levels although this is not frequently the case. Most doctors want to see a minimum of 10 ng/ml within the first few weeks of the pregnancy.
I believe it may take 2-5 days in order to allow the pregnancy hormones to build up to a level where they can be detected by a home pregnancy test. Having said that, I took a pregnancy test within hours of having an implantation bleed with my son and it appeared positive within seconds!
You're not supposed to be having symptoms of pregnancy within the first few days. You're probably just paranoid. Use protection!
No. Missing periods are an indication of pregnancy, not having too many.