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Pregnancy Month 2

Created by: Melissa Werner
Posted : Monday January 01, 1900
7 to 10 Weeks

Baby will weigh about ½ to 1 ounce and be about 2 ¼ inches long

What Is Happening With You And Your Body:

  • You may gain a pound or two.
  • Your waist and breast size increases, and your nipples begin to darken.
  • Uterus may feel like a small lump above your pubic bone. It is softer, rounded and larger and it crowds the bladder, so you may urinate more often.
  • Placenta is growing and more hormones are being produced.
  • Tissues around the vagina become bluish as more blood supply nourishes the baby.
  • Vaginal flow becomes thicker, whiter and stickier.
  • You may be more tired and have less energy this month.
  • Nausea (morning sickness) may still occur and it may be more noticed in the morning.

    What Is Happening With Your Baby:

  • Eyes and ears are in a critical time of growth. Facial features are forming.
  • The head is large, since the brain grows faster than the other organs.
  • Cartilage, skin and muscles are starting to shape your baby's body.
  • The umbilical cord has formed.
  • Fingers, toes and fingernails are forming.
  • Stomach, liver and kidneys are developing.
  • The heart is beating.
  • Baby will weigh about ½ to 1 ounce and be about 2 ¼ inches long.

    Common Discomforts During This Time of Your Pregnancy:

  • Breast Tenderness
  • Bleeding Gums
  • Fatigue and Tiredness
  • Flatulence
  • Food Cravings
  • Frequent Urination
  • Headaches
  • Hemorrhoids
  • Increased Perspiration
  • Increased Saliva
  • Increased Vaginal Discharge
  • Light headed and dizzy
  • Nasal Stuffiness and Bleeding
  • Nausea (Morning Sickness)
  • Sleeplessness
  • Varicose Veins
  • Vision Changes

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