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Expecting a Baby for New Moms

By: Stacy Miller
Narrated by: Liz Krane
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Congratulations! Be prepared, be aware, and be happy.

When that home pregnancy test kit or blood test returns positive, your world spines off. Immediately, you start thinking of all the things you out to buy, all the ways you ought to prepare, and all the changes you will undergo. 

Amid the excitement, it is normal to feel panicky because the thought of carrying a baby to term, taking care of your health as well as the health of the baby, and caring for a baby after birth is overwhelming. 

The best way to prepare yourself for motherhood as well as pregnancy is to become knowledgeable. In this guide, Expecting a Baby for New Moms, we shall look at and understand the trimesters and the changes you can expect to see as your pregnancy progresses. You will also learn about how to take care of your health and your baby’s as well as how to prepare for labor and child birth.

You can never be 100 percent certain you are pregnant until you take a home pregnancy test or a blood test at your OB’s office. To get the correct results, do the test after missing your menstrual period. A missed period does not necessarily mean you are pregnant, but it is one of the major signs indicating you could be pregnant. 

To count the duration of a pregnancy, we start from the first day of your last menstrual period up to the 37th-40th week. These 37-40 weeks further divide into three trimesters that last 13 weeks each. 

The first trimester starts on the first week, which begins on the first day of your last menstrual period all through to the 13th week. During the first trimester, although your pregnancy may not show, your body is going through many internal changes as it seeks to accommodate the growing fetus.

To make this guide an easier listen and more comprehensible, we shall divide each trimester into individual weeks. Here is what to expect in every week of the first trimester.

Preview of what you'll learn:

  • What to expect in the first trimester
  • Changes in your body
  • Your baby’s development
  • Cravings and unusual hunger
  • Diet and fitness for the first trimester
  • What to expect in the second trimester
  • Diet and fitness for the second trimester 
  • Much, much more!

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©2016 Stacy Miller (P)2018 LacoBiz

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