You will find that this "pressure" is not your uterus, but your bowel. It is probably bloating. Pregnancy causes your digestive system to slow down so that your body can absorb more from the food you eat to support the baby. This is why you get constipated when you are pregnant. Your body knows that it is pregnant and has told your bowel to slow causing pressure in your lower abdomen. Try to eat a lot of bran products to get your bowel moving.
Yes, the placenta is growing and moving things out of the way.
No, most women feel the baby at 16 weeks. For the first pregnancy, 20 weeks or later is normal
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Hey! I remember that! Not only after a digital exam by doc, but after intercourse too. VERY normal. Baby's having a snooze on your pelvis. Enjoy the last few weeks!
yes it is very normal. when you are ovulating or pregnant, your basal temperature goes up. you're fine (:
yes but if you feel it concerning, see a doctor
Well I am 9 weeks pregnant and it feels like my belly is constantly growling I feel embarrased sometimes but it is all perfectly normal so my Doctor has told me.
yes it is normal, because everyone reacts diffrently to pregnency.
It will feel completely normal. At 3 weeks past conception (which doctors call 5 weeks pregnant) your baby will be 1mm long. There will be no changes in your body that you can see or feel. In a couple of weeks, a trained doctor will be able to feel a change in your uterus, but you will probably not be able to feel it.
Either high blood pressure or preeclampsia
I was all throughtout nine weeks so i would say yes
I can feel mine at 7 weeks.