The 3 Trimesters of Pregnancy

By: Amber Dines Hour:6

First Trimester of Pregnancy

During the first trimester of pregnancy the mother and her body goes through. However, these results are not typical and you may not experience these results. Some women feel happy and healthy, while others feel completely miserable. Some typical physical changes of the body are morning sickness, tender breasts, increased need to urinate, craving, and fatigue. Also, the baby goes some changes. During the first trimester babies muscles will be mapped out how they are going to grow. The embryo takes its shape and the heart is formed. Plates of tissue form face, nervous system and the liver is developed. The baby will also start to move alot at the end of the first trimester.

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Second Trimester of Pregnancy

During the second trimester of pregnancy the mother may become aware of the fetus movement for the first time. The fetus will be kicking alot, so a mother can expect a little of discomfort. However, most symptoms will go away. You may start peeing less, and have less queasiness. A mother may have certain symptoms that persist (heartburn or constipation). New symptoms can pop-up for the first time. Such as, congestion, swollen ankles, increased appetite, and dizziness. For the baby, their nervous system is up and running, muscles flexing, bones hardening, bend fingers, eyes are correctly in position, and the baby develops sensory. Lastly, the baby will start to suck and swallow.

Third Trimester of Pregnancy

For a mother this is the last stage! This final stage is also the best, most comfortable stage. A mother can expect their abdomanin to grow. They will be past morning sickness. You may be able to hear the babies heart beat just by putting your ear to the belly. A mother may experience abdominal achiness. You may experience contraction or false labor symptoms as you get closer to the due date, but you will know when your water breaks. There is a bloody show followed by your contractions intensified majorly. The babies can expect to start blinking their eyes and dreaming. During the third trimester, the baby will be doing lots of sleeping, and anything that is the size and shape of a nipple, the baby will suck on it. The fetus can hear the outside world. and their eyes grow intricate lashes. The fetus will be around 10 inches long and 6-9 pounds when it is born.