Pregnancy Week by Week

December 14, 2007

Pregnancy can be an exciting and thrilling experience for both you and your partner. But, it can also be a very anxious and worrisome time. So, it’s important to monitor your pregnancy, especially if it’s your first one.

First Trimester

Read our Pregnancy Week by Week articles to find out about some of the things that may cause some concern during the trimesters of pregnancy. For instance, if you experience bleeding in the first trimester of pregnancy or during any other stage of pregnancy notify you're doctor or midwife immediately and have your pregnancy checked out. Find more information about bleeding or spotting during pregnancy and symptoms of pregnancy by reading our The First Trimester: Weeks 1 - 12 article.

Second Trimester

During your second trimester you may experience real expansion of your body for the first time. Due to the increase in the level of estrogen in you're body, everything receives a better supply of blood. You may even notice your moles or skin tags getting bigger. Although, this may be an exciting trimester, two major problems may occur during this time. These problems, include and incompetent cervix and placental abruption. Learn more about these two concerns by visiting our The Second Trimester: Weeks 13 - 24 article.

Third Trimester

If you're wondering how obstetrical abilities to monitor you're baby has changed with time. Read our The Third Trimester: Weeks 25 - Term article to discover how fetal surveillance has improved and the test options available to monitor the activity of your unborn baby.

Preconception and Conception

And if you’re curious to know more about the stages of conceptions that led to your beautiful baby, read our Pre-conception and Conception article.

 

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