1st MonthThese are the first 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle. You have your period. About 2 weeks later, the egg that’s most mature is released from your ovary — this is called ovulation. Ovulation may happen earlier or later, depending on the length of your menstrual cycle. The average menstrual cycle is 28 days.
2nd MonthYour 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.
3rd MonthIn 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.
4th MonthYour little one could measure up to five inches long, crown to rump, and may even weigh close to five ounces by the end of this month. Though still quite small, your baby is already developing facial features and is also working on certain movements, like flexing the arms and legs and clasping hands into fists. When you’re four months pregnant, there’s still plenty of room for your baby to move around within the amniotic sac, so your little one is probably making the most of it.
5th MonthNot a surprise. 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! You might be excited by that or have mixed feelings.
6th MonthBy 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.
7th MonthAt the end of the seventh month of pregnancy, fat begins to be deposited on your baby. Your baby is about 36 cm long and weighs from about 900 - 1800g.If born prematurely, your baby would probably survive after the seventh month of pregnancy.
8 MonthYour baby, who is now about 46cm long and weighs as much as about 2.27 kg, will continue to mature and develop body fat reserves. You may notice that your baby is kicking more. Baby's brain is developing rapidly at this time, and he or she can see and hear.
9 Monthhe 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.