During the first trimester of pregnancy, week one (week 1) to week thirteen (week 13), we discuss all the changes to both mum and bub. From conception to the early stages of pregnancy find out what’s happening physically and emotionally to your body. There are highs and lows during the first trimester including pregnancy symptoms such as morning sickness and fatigue.
Pregnancy can be very overwhelming even if it is planned. From the moment you find out that you are expecting there are many changes that you may like to make to your lifestyle to increase your chances of a successful and healthy pregnancy.
Find out everything you need to know and more about the first trimester in the week by week, “Pregnancy Baby Child” Pregnancy Guide.
The second trimester of pregnancy, week fourteen (week 14) to week twenty-six (week 26), will be one of the most enjoyable stages for most women. All of the pregnancy symptoms have generally settled down and the risk of miscarriage lowers, dramatically increasing the chance of a successful pregnancy.
You will also begin to look pregnant however you will not be at an uncomfortable stage. During the second trimester you will reach the half way mark of your pregnancy and can even find out the sex of your growing baby! There is nothing more exciting than seeing your little one during an ultrasound, being able to decorate the baby’s room, buy special clothes and think of baby names.
Find out more about the second trimester and the changes that will occur in the week by week, “Pregnancy Baby Child” Pregnancy Guide.
As you enter the home stretch of your pregnancy, the third trimester of pregnancy, week twenty-seven (week 27) to week forty (week 40) emotions will be running wild. From excitement of meeting your baby to nerves and worry about labour, the pregnancy guide will help you to be well informed and know what to expect.
We discuss all the changes to your body as you approach the birth of your baby. Your pregnancy will reach full term during the third trimester and therefore the chance of survival of your precious baby increases significantly.
Despite some of the discomfort you will be feeling in the third trimester, soon you will feel a great sense of relief as your pregnancy is over. You will soon be holding your baby in your arms after 9 long months of growth and development.
Find out more about the third trimester and labour in our week by week, “Pregnancy Baby Child” Pregnancy Guide.