9 months of pregnancy

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    1st month

    1st month
    At one month pregnant, you may not experience many or any symptoms. However, some of the early signs of pregnancy at one month pregnant can include, a missed period. If you have a regular menstrual cycle, this is perhaps the most telling sign of pregnancy. You might first suspect you could be pregnant when your period is late, and then when it never arrives at all.
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    2nd month

    2nd month
    Your symptoms in the second month of your pregnancy will be similar to the previous month. These include fatigue, nausea, dizziness, frequent urination, food cravings or aversions, and mood swings. ... You may start to develop a few other symptoms this month.
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    3rd month

    3rd month
    In the third month of pregnancy, your baby (now called a fetus), will grow a lot! As a result, you are likely to feel more tired than ever. Let's look at the amazing changes to your baby and your body in the last month of the first trimester.
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    4th month

    4th month
    This is an exciting month, because for the first time, you may be able to feel the baby move! It will start as a feeling of butterflies in your tummy. These movements are called "quickening. " Believe it or not, your baby will be fully formed by week 16
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    5th month

    5th month
    Your baby is on a growth spurt in the fifth month of pregnancy and your abdomen is stretching to accommodate her. At the end of the this month, you're half way through pregnancy!
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    6th month

    6th month
    By the end of the sixth month, your baby is about 12 inches long and weighs about 2 pounds. His or her skin is reddish in color, wrinkled, and veins are visible through the baby's translucent skin. Baby's finger and toe prints are visible.
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    7th month

    7th month
    At the end of the seventh month of pregnancy, fat begins to be deposited on your baby. Your baby is about 36 cm (14 inches) long and weighs from about 900 - 1800g, If born prematurely, your baby would probably survive after the seventh month of pregnancy.
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    8th month

    8th month
    It's not easy to place the 40 weeks of pregnancy squarely within nine distinct months. Eight months pregnant could start anywhere from week 29 to week 32 and end anywhere from week 32 to 35.
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    9th month

    9th month
    The growing fetus places more and more strain on your body when you're 9 months pregnant. Common pregnancy symptoms at this time may continue through the end of pregnancy. These symptoms include fatigue, trouble sleeping, trouble holding urine, shortness of breath, varicose veins, and stretch marks.