's around 32cm long.:: Life before birthYou You may experience indigestion as your womb pushes up. Your bump may itch as it swells. Find out more about the side effects of pregnancy. Also:Let your midwife know if itching is severe as it may be a sign of a
By week 7 you may be starting to feel some classic pregnancy symptoms, as your baby is developing rapidly!Your Baby He’s about 9mm long by week 7, the size of a coffee bean. His head is emerging, already large in relation to his tiny body. He has
It’s week 29 of your pregnancy. By now your baby is gaining weight at a rate of about 25g a day and you’ll probably have gained 20lbs in total.Does bump size matter?Everything you need to know about the third triemester.Your baby The soft bones
about other pregnancy side-effects.This WeekTalk your birth plan through with your midwife next time you see her.Make sure you’re doing your pelvic floor exercises every day. Try and choose a regular time when you do a few squeezes – waiting for the bus
You are 16 weeks pregnant!Wow, youre already 16 weeks pregnant and at some point fairly soon you may start to feel your babys first movements. Magical!:: Everything you need to know about your second trimester.Your babyYour baby is about the length of a pencil, around 14cm long...
You are 16 weeks pregnant!Wow, you’re already 16 weeks pregnant and at some point fairly soon you may start to feel your baby’s first movements. Magical!Everything you need to know about your second trimester.Your baby Your baby is about the length of a pencil, around 14cm long. ...
You’ve reached week 35 of your pregnancy. By now your baby’s head may be engaged in the birth canal. Not long to go now!Now your due date is approaching, you may be worrying about the birth. Calm your labour jitters here.Everything you need to know
It’s week 9 of your pregnancy and your body shape is changing subtly as your baby increases in size.Your baby He’s the size of a grape – about 2cm long. Sex organs are forming and his eyelids are growing. His heart beats twice as fast as yours
I can't face meat or anything in gravy - just thinking about it makes me feel sick! Toast with marmite seems to help though.'Pop those pills'I've found it helps to take a pregnancy multivitamin like Pregnacare. It contains vitamin B6, which I
the pregnancy, and worried about the future. If it's really serious, it could be antenatal depression.Will it go? Most women find that once the baby's born, and your hormones are back to normal, this type of crying subsides. The side-effects of pregnancy