The Baby –
You might be peeing a lot and tired as you are still in the first trimester. You may possibly be moody and a walking ball of paranoia and digestive problems. You might be feeling that you are pregnant for several months while you are looking like a few weeks pregnant.
By week 6 or 7, you might be getting morning sickness even more. Hopefully, it will dissipate soon in the next trimester. There are women who recovered from the terrible sickness in the morning, night, or noon after week 13. You may have some sensitivity to odors and food.
Morning sickness is different in every woman and so for every pregnancy. So, stop seeking advice from every random person. All you need to do is to belly up with your food all the time. If you still don’t have morning sickness, you are lucky. Morning sickness has nothing to do with healthy pregnancy, trust me!
Don't be discouraged. It's often the last key in the bunch that opens the lock.
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