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  Pregnancy Stages
  Pregnancy Trimesters
  First Trimester
  F. Tri Week by Week
  Second Trimester
  S. Tri Week by Week
  Third Trimester
  T. Tri Week by Week
  Stages of Pregnancy
  Pregnancy Stage
  Baby Stage
  Development of Baby
  Picture of Stages
  Week By Week
  Pregnancy Weekly
  Pregnancy Due Date
  Due Date Calculator
  Pregnancy Calculator
  Pregnancy Calendar
  Pregnancy Wheel

Pregnancy Stages

After the joy of discovering that you are pregnant, sure enough, you want to know exactly what you can expect to feel during the pregnancy stages. You are anxious about how you will handle each stage of pregnancy. You have heard a lot about the pregnancy trimesters - so what exactly happens during these stages of pregnancy development? Read on to find out!

It will be a great idea to keep a pregnancy journal - to track pregnancy weekly developments - later you'll love to read about how you coped with the different stages of pregnancy - it will also be a valuable record to keep. How about including a picture of stage of pregnancy against each entry? Now, you'll be able to keep track of your body and what you feel. What about your baby? Refer to the pregnancy calendar to help you know in detail what that precious life inside you is up to! This weekly pregnancy calendar tells you about the developments that your baby is experiencing during each pregnancy week.

The first stage of pregnancy brings with it several changes. During the first trimester pregnancy symptoms include a difference in your breasts, exhaustion, nausea and you might need to rush to the bathroom often. And you know what? Your baby stage during pregnancy, that is, the first trimester will actually show a heartbeat and moving tiny limbs! During the second month, that is, pregnancy 7 weeks, your baby will have a face and start developing various vital organs. To ensure that everything goes well, make sure that you maintain a healthy pregnancy diet and exercise.

During the second trimester your baby continues to grow inside you. And by the end of pregnancy week 16 he or she has a strong heartbeat, and develops fine body hair.

When you reach the third trimester pregnancy stage, you might want to consider taking childbirth and breastfeeding lessons. By pregnancy week 35, your baby and you will get ready for that pregnancy due date - by now you will be familiar with the pregnancy calculator. There are many online pregnancy due date calculators that help you keep track. You can also use a pregnancy wheel, a pregnancy calendar which helps you know when you are most likely to conceive, appropriate time for tests and your pregnancy due date.

Now is also the time to prime your partner about the responsibility of being a father - and enjoy the pleasure of being a family!

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