Trimester Chart

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  • 4

    For many women, the 4th week of pregnancy is an amazing time, especially if it is going to be their first child. It’s the time when they may have been feeling some side effects and have noticed their period didn’t arrive like clockwork as it usually does. Continue reading
  • 9

    Fetal Development

    Week 9 of pregnancy is known for the era of the mood swings. You may begin to notice symptoms such as irritability, weepiness and mood swings. Indigestion may appear at this time and antacids will become your friend. At this time your baby is about 1 inch long and weighs about as much as a paper clip (one eighth of an ounce). Continue reading
  • 13

    Baby Movement

    In week 13 of pregnancy, your baby is about three inches long from crown to rump and weighs about an ounce. Your baby already has his or her own unique fingerprints. His or her tiny pancreas is starting to produce insulin, which will be important for continued growing later in life. Continue reading

1st Trismester

0.4kg - 2.0kg
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  • 18

    Pregnancy Health

    At 18 weeks of pregnancy, you may have already experienced some of the symptoms of pregnancy and the effects of the hormones changing in your body at this stage. While you are healthy, you still may experience some things that just can’t seem to be explained. Continue reading
  • 22

    Pregnancy Comfort

    During week 22 of your pregnancy. Your volume of blood should have increased by now to keep you and your baby healthy. This is normal. This is also a time when you might find yourself practically gaining weight overnight. This is also normal. Your body is now ready to gain weight on a regular basis to keep up with the needs of your baby. Continue reading
  • 27

    Yoga & Exercise

    At week 27 of pregnancy, the uterus is beginning to expand and move up more and more. Now it is probably getting closer to your rib cage, which can make it feel a bit more difficult to breath, since it is now harder for your lungs to expand. While it may feel like you are out of breath some of the time, there is no need to worry. Continue reading

2nd Trismester

2.0kg - 8.0kg
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  • 31

    Healthy Sleep

    At week 31 of pregnancy, more than likely most of your former gracefulness is gone. This stage of pregnancy may make you quite a bit more clumsy than usual; however, it is quickly coming to an end, since you only have 10 more weeks to go. No need to worry because your gracefulness and center of balance will return after you deliver. Continue reading
  • 36

    Relax with Music

    During week 36 of pregnancy, you will notice that your baby has begun to drop lower. You will have to see your doctor weekly from this point forward and get a checkup to see if you are effacing - The process by which the cervix begins to thin to prepare for the baby’s birth. Continue reading
  • 40

    Lower Anxiety

    Week 40 of pregnancy is the final week to conclude the wait for your baby. It is a very exciting, yet challenging time. There are many changes occurring within your body, many emotions, considerations, cautions, as well as a lot of preparation. Continue reading
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3rd Trismester

8.0kg - 13.6kg

Welcome to Pregnancy101.net

Your Pregnancy Journey

Pregnancy is one of the most beautiful and creative processes, and yet it’s also a great mystery, full of wonders.  Imagine the first “9-month” journey of life during which the baby in your womb evolves, from a small cell that multiplies to become a sac of cells, then into flesh and blood, and born into a perfect little human figure.  This process is fascinating and complex.

From a medical standpoint, pregnancy is divided into three trimesters, each lasting approximately three months, and each has its own unique challenges and requires special attention.  The first trimester consists of major shifts in hormone balance and physical changes within your body.  This is the stage where the baby is most vulnerable.  Most miscarriages occur during this initial stage.  The second trimester is the calmest as your body adapts and the baby becomes accustomed with his or her surroundings.  Finally, the third trimester is the most strenuous for your body as delivery approaches.  You can read more details about each trimester in other sections and articles on this website.

Why Do You Need to Know All About Pregnancy?

For some mothers, the pregnancy journey is easy, smooth, and pleasant.  For others, the pregnancy process can be complicated and very challenging.  As a pregnant woman experiencing rapid changes within your body, it often becomes difficult to cope with your own pregnancy journey. By understanding the pregnancy process and how it affects your life, you will be better prepared for this unique experience.

Pregnancy is an absolutely normal and natural phenomenon.  You can continue your regular activities throughout most of your pregnancy if you take the appropriate precautions.  If you are a healthy woman, your pregnancy will probably follow a normal process.  However, if you have some health issues, your pregnancy could require more special attention, and care.  Try not to be scared as there have been millions of women like you around the world, over centuries, who have gone through this process.  As long as you follow your doctor’s recommendations and have regular check-ups and monitoring, you’ll be fine and perhaps can enjoy your pregnancy journey with all the wonder it brings.

Pregnancy 101’s Mission:

This website is especially designed for and dedicated to women like you who would like to be educated and well informed about the pregnancy process, from the preconception stage, pregnancy stage, birth, and then to the postpartum stage.  We will also dispel a lot of pregnancy myths that you might have heard about from your family or friends, which can could bring you fears and doubts about pregnancy.

We hope this resource center provides you with the most useful information about pregnancy so you can keep yourself and your baby healthy during your unique pregnancy experience.

The information on this website is not meant to replace your doctor’s recommendations or advice.  Inform yourself as best as possible from different reliable sources, then act on that information afterward as you consult with your doctor.

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Getting Pregnant

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Your First Scan

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  • Medical Treatment
  • About Getting Emergency

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