Health Tip: How You Change During Early Pregnancy

Here's what to expect

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(HealthDay News) -- Shortly after you become pregnant, you can plan for a host of significant physical and emotional changes.

The American Academy of Family Physicians says here's what you can expect:

  • Feeling tired.
  • Having nausea (often called morning sickness) at any time of day.
  • Feeling lightheaded.
  • Having to urinate more often than usual.
  • Having physical changes such as weight gain, heartburn, constipation and changes in your breasts and skin.
  • Feeling emotional changes, such as difficulty concentrating and irritability.
  • While you won't have a period, any bleeding should always be reported to your doctor without delay.


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