First Trimester of Pregnancy

Week 1 -12

2nd month of pregnancy
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The first trimester is technically the shortest trimester in terms of the time you know you are pregnant. Most moms don't figure out they are pregnant until a pregnancy test between weeks four and six. Once you know you're having a baby, you probably want to know as much as possible. Here are some of the basics to get you started on your pregnancy journey:

First Trimester Resources

Home Pregnancy Test

The pregnancy test is the starting point for many on this journey. Here are some common questions and answers for you.

Prenatal Care, Signs of Pregnancy & Pregnancy Symptoms

Wondering if what you're feeling is physically normal? That is a pretty common thing to wonder because the signs and symptoms of pregnancy are often very different than those we've come to think about.

Morning Sickness

Don't be fooled by the name, nausea and vomiting associated with pregnancy can happen at any time and can last all day or night.

How Your Baby Grows

Your baby grows every day without you having to think about it. This first trimester sees the most radical changes in your baby.

Other Concerns

Fun Stuff

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