Stages of Pregnancy are divided into three trimesters or 9 months. During pregnancy, a woman goes through many physical and emotional changes.in first 8 weeks of Pregnancy, the baby is an embryo. The heart and lungs begin to form. The heart begins to beat on the 25th day. The neural tube, which becomes the brain and spinal cord, begins to form. At the end of the first month, the embryo measures approximately 9 mmm and weighs 0.5 g.
In this first stage of pregnancy, physical exercise brings many benefits for the woman. However, it is necessary that before you start them, consult your doctor about the type of exercises most advisable for your case.
Early Changes in Body of Pregnant Mom
- 1 Early Changes in Body of Pregnant Mom
- 2 The Stages of Pregnancy and Fetal Development month by month
The mother’s future body begins to send signals that confirm a suspected pregnancy. Confirmation will be done through a urinalysis, or with a blood test. The pregnancy will be confirmed if both tests detect the existence of the hormone Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG), which indicates that a new being was conceived in the woman’s womb.
Because of the hormonal changes in your body, a pregnant woman may experience fatigue, nausea, vomiting , increased breast volume, increased urination (due to enlargement of the uterus, increased pressure on the bladder), some pelvic discomfort, And an exaggerated sense of smell. The action of the hormones will also cause emotional instabilities in the woman. Even if you are happy that you have wanted the expecting child, you may also feel nervous, insecure and fearful.
The Stages of Pregnancy and Fetal Development month by month
Before you become pregnant, supplement your diet with vitamin B folic acid (found in most multivitamins) to reduce the risk of birth defects in the brain and spinal cord. Visit your doctor as soon as you think you are pregnant. During the first 8 weeks of pregnancy all the baby’s organs form.
First Month of Pregnancy
The first months are essential for your development. Whatever you do will impact on the health of your baby that is in your belly. If you smoke, the most advisable is to stop doing it for the sake of your baby. Remember that your health will depend on the diet you eat, your emotional state, and everything you expose yourself to.
Guide to prenatal care
It is recommended that you visit your doctor for an antenatal care exam in Pregnancy Stages. Eat a variety of healthy foods from the five major food groups: cereals, and grains; Fruits; Vegetables; Dairy products; And meats.
Continue supplementing your diet with folic acid during the second and third month of pregnancy to reduce the risk of certain birth defects.
Take at least 6 to 8 glasses of water, fruit juice and/or milk every day.
Second month of Pregnancy
Third month of pregnancy
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