Pregnancy week 1 to week 4

2019/12/19
Pregnancy week 1 to week 4
Let's discover your body and baby development throughout the first trimester of pregnancy.

HELLO FUTURE MUMMIES!!!!!!

FEELING EXCITED ABOUT HAVING A BABY OR FEELING RESTLESS BECAUSE YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO DO ESPECIALLY FOR FIRST-TIME MUM?

HERE IS WHAT YOU HAVE TO LEARN ABOUT THE CHANGES THAT OCCUR DURING THE FIRST MONTH OF PREGNANCY.

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During this month, you have to be extra careful or else it might lead to miscarriage. Your emotions will be unstable. It is normal for you to experience mood swings in response to the changes you are going through in your pregnancy.

1stweek of pregnancy

(1st week of pregnancy development)

Body is changing

At this stage, you will start to feel your body is changing. Your urge to urinate will increase as you expand your uterus presses on your bladder. You will notice that your breast starts to feel tender, swollen and heavy. Your nipples will become darker and the veins in your breast more noticeable. 

Plus, this month, you may develop headaches, caused by the increasing level of hormones in your body. Besides, during the first week of pregnancy, your baby has yet to be conceived, your body is geared up to pave ways for the baby during ovulation. The baby’s growth at its fastest, and you will be able to determine the sex of your baby.

2ndweek of pregnancy