My Pregnancy Week by Week guide discusses fetal development, pregnancy symptoms, prenatal doctor’s visits, diet and exercise tips, and getting ready for baby.
Pregnancy Week by Week
Whether you’re at week 5 of your pregnancy or towards the end at week 37, my pregnancy week to week guide covers routine pregnancy symptoms after ovulation day by day, common pregnancy symptoms and even weird ones! I discuss your baby’s embryonic development and growing size and your expanding belly or should we say pregnant woman silhouette? I also offer diet and exercise tips and a handy pregnancy checklist.
What does it mean to be 2 weeks pregnant? How to track your basel body temperature and ovulation signs include spotting, sore breasts, and cervical mucus.
Might you be 3 weeks pregnant? Early signs of pregnancy include breast soreness and a metallic taste in the mouth. Let’s take a look!
I’m 4 weeks pregnant! From pregnancy exhaustion to implantation spotting, here’s what to expect during week 4 of your pregnancy.
Welcome to the second trimester! This week: why you should sleep on your left side, why pregnancy clumsiness occurs, and more.
I’m 14 weeks pregnant! Check out my pregnant belly at 4 months and learn about the Quad Screen and my experience with the CVS prenatal test.
You’re 15 weeks pregnant! Why do you feel shortness of breath during pregnancy, what are fontanelles?, and should you choose a Midwife or an OB/GYN?
I’m 16 weeks pregnant! This week you’ll learn all about your 16 week ultrasound (and mine), how to make a pregnancy announcement, and Wharton’s jelly!
I’m 27 weeks pregnant! This week I discuss superfetation, why stress incontinence is common, and the pros and cons of natural births vs. births with epidurals!
You’re 28 weeks pregnant! Welcome to the third trimester. I discuss the importance of kick counts, the contraction stress test and my experience with sciatica!
As you enter your 29th week of pregnancy, your baby will be putting on more baby fat. This week, I discuss preterm labor and the fetal fibronectin test.
You’re 30 weeks pregnant, mama! How tired are you? I’m wiped. This week, I discuss third trimester fatigue and how to confront eating disorders during pregnancy.