. In the first trimester symptoms will come thick and fast for some women, while for others they don't come at all...Congratulations, you're a mum-to-be!
or triplets. First Trimester : What's happening to my body? During the first trimester, your heart rate, metabolic rate and blood volume are all increasing, says Prima Babys pre- and antenatal fitness expert Melinda Nicci. If you already follow a regular
or triplets.First Trimester : What's happening to my body? During the first trimester, your heart rate, metabolic rate and blood volume are all increasing, says Prima Babys pre- and antenatal fitness expert Melinda Nicci. If you already follow a regular
What causes cramps?Abdominal pains in the first trimester are extremely common and often the result of your ligaments stretching to accommodate your growing uterus. But there are plenty of other reasons why you could be experiencing a tummy niggle
Seeing that positive result on the test is a magical experience. But with it comes the anticipation of what's next. On top of feeling sick and tired, most people choose to keep the news to themselves for the first 12 weeks, and trying to carry
Congrats, you're pregnant! You may experience a healthy glow, unusual cravings and, er, an increased amount of discharge 'down there'. But don't worry, you're not alone.What causes it?In the first trimester, your hormones cause the cervix
TRIMESTERYou can expect to gain between 2 and 4lb during your first trimester.Melinda advises that this is the time to get your walking boots on! Aim to do 30 to 40 minutes of brisk walking at least three times a week. If you feel up to it, walk at a brisk
Eating steak, chicken and eggs in early pregnancy may help reduce the chances of having a crying, colicky baby, say scientists.What newly-pregnant mums-to-be eat in the important first trimester could have a positive effect on their baby
one baby in there – eeek! Visit our Twins or more section if your scan reveals you’ve got a multiple pregnancy.This Week Everything you need to know about the first trimester. Plus, visit our Ask babyexpert section for the answers to common
Buying your baby's car seatDid you know your little one will need a car seat soon after she's born? You'll need one to transport your precious new bundle home from hospital, and for any subsequent trips out in a car - it's the law. With new research from Britax showing that 25% o...