Pregnancy Week 14
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Your baby is the size of a lemon.

Baby Development

Welcome to the second trimester! With any luck, your breasts aren't quite as tender as they were last trimester and your energy level is making a comeback. For some women, there’s a possible side effect of uterine growth is round ligament pain. Basically, these are pregnancy growing pains that feel like achy or sharp pains on one or both sides of the abdomen that begin to appear around 14 weeks (but can strike at any time during the second trimester). As your uterus grows, the supporting ligaments stretch and thin out to accommodate the increasing weight. This weight pulls on the ligaments and causes a sharp pain or a dull ache in your lower abdomen

Top/Common Symptoms

  • Decreasing Need To Urinate
  • Frequently Decreasing Fatigue
  • Continued Breast Growth
  • Less Tenderness
  • An End To Nausea & Vomiting
  • Increasing Appetite
  • Varicose Veins
  • Stuffy Nose

Fitness & Exercise

Fitness tips

Diet and exercise go hand in hand so keep in mind not to even miss one day of some sort of exercise in order for your pregnancy to be fruitful.