What to expect in your First Trimester of pregnancy | Pregnancy Week-by-Week

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Congratulations! You are pregnant! Over the next eight weeks of your first trimester, your baby will grow from about the size of a poppy seed to a mushroom. And you’ll go through a lot of changes, too. This week-by-week guide to your first trimester will take you through all the developments, symptoms and things you need to start thinking about. (And don’t miss our videos for your second trimester: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IPj4dJnP85o and third trimester: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lpDW00nQhUo)

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Here are the time codes to get to the topics that matter to you most right now, based on how many weeks pregnant you are:
0:13 – 4 weeks (Topics covered: Early symptoms of pregnancy, pregnancy hormones, nausea, bloating, exhaustion, implantation bleeding, precautions you need to take during pregnancy)
1:49 – 5 weeks (Topics covered: Pregnancy hormones, food cravings or aversions, morning sickness)
3:15 – 6 weeks (Topics covered: Constipation, alcohol consumption, how much caffeine you can have, dating ultrasound)
4:54 – 7 weeks (Topics covered: Growth of baby, dealing with nausea, pregnancy massage)
7:27 – 8 weeks (Topics covered: Picking a health care provider, miscarriage, nausea, what cleaning products are safe, acne, glossy hair)
9:48 – 9 weeks (Topics covered: Baby heart beat is strong enough to be heard, baby’s genitals are developing, pregnancy hormones, dealing with fatigue, maternity clothes, weight gain)
11:41 – 10 weeks (Topics covered: Fetal development, vivid dreams, growing uterus, pain medication that’s safe during pregnancy)
13:41 – 11 weeks (Topics covered: Fetal development, genetic testing, exercise during pregnancy)
16:34 – 12 weeks (Topics covered: Fetal development, risk of miscarriage, telling others about your pregnancy, maternity clothes)

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Sparkles says:

I'm 8 weeks and I'll tell you… My morning sickness has become my shadow. All day, everyday. Hopefully it will pass soon.

Nguyenthanh Nhan says:

Yang milih allah like 40000 ya.

Sunflower Skies says:

I’m looking at this so I can know what it is like when I shift realities where this happens

Główka Witka says:

What the nonsense: it is impossible to experience implantation spotting after the positive urine or blood test. The HCG hormone detected by those test is produced after implantation and it takes at least about 4 days to reach the detecteble level.

Adriana Szutkowska says:

I'm very pleased to say that I will never ever be in my first trimester of pregnancy again ♥️ what a nightmare

Kirny23 says:

I'm 9 weeks pregnant and feel soo nauseous and tired all day. I wonder how ladies work during all their trimesters? I had to quit bc I had frontline customer service job in a bank and couldn't go to the washroom as needed

LuMarIza says:

My mom is pregnant and I am freaking out more than her…

A. Zeta says:

Lesbian couple… Smh

Alma Craig says:

Ya Allah ampunilah dosa kami semua yang setuju like.

ke Siah says:

Unwanted pregnancy? Or biglaang pagbubuntis? Di pa ready? May solusyon ako jan. 100% effective and so side effects. Minutes lang success kana!

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BlendedBeautyXO says:

I watch these to know what to expect when the time comes, but I’m terrified I’m going to find myself lmaooo.. eeek

Shaquaya Richardson says:

I have watched this video so many times just hoping, finally got my BFaintP lol. But it was there!!

cool bees says:

Not pregnant but in my mid 20s and want a child in the next few years. Just have to find a partner first.

Nasreen Rasool says:

I test my pregnacy last wed. I was freaking out. But please pray for me. I ate as healthy as I could

Emily Serjeant says:

I didn’t find out I was pregnant until week 9 I’m on week 10 now and my scan is in 5 days I’m so nervous but excited

mark johan says:

Little weird how she continuously relates the the unborn baby as a she, like bruh i don’t even know yet

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