My first was relative good. Everyone is different. In the first 8weeks I would get periods cramps randomly throughout the day. After that the most problems were from mood swings and mostly my husband suffered more than me. I did have a fatigue feeling going on where I wanted to nap and also bloating during the first trimester. Second trimester was exciting and relaxed no issues, felt his movements, gained weight, found it what I was having, b begin exercising. I'm 8 months now and I have more sciatic nerve pain in my back and but and discomfort because of the the way he lays but overall I have had a great experience
With my first pregnancy I didn't find out till i was 19 weeks everything was completely (got my periods till 20 weeks) normal till i couldn't fit in my jeans the day after i bought them. Then i started getting morning sickness then i went to my doctor and confirmed that I was pregnant. I was pregnant and still training my horses my doctor told me not to change my normal day to day activities cause my body and the baby were used to it do i was training till 33 weeks and everything was normal and awesome. (I was training for my barrel racing-rodeo event and also jumping but i put that on hold till after i had my son)
The most amazing feeling was doing my dating scan at 12 wks, it was the first time I saw my baby & I fell in love. Take my advice since no one told me the positives & negatives. Make sure you eat healthy & slow down on junk try healthy snacks in case you get bored. You don't need a lot of calories in first & second trimester Do as much as you can in the second trimester such as exercising & shopping when I got 32weeks I had no energy.
Hi. This is my first child. Im 36 weeks. In my first trimester it was kind of hard because I had morning sickness but as I entered my second trimester it went away and I was fine. Now that im in my third trimester and its almost over I barely get any sleep because I have to pee every five seconds and my back hurts. But I have 28 days to go and im excited to meet my daughter. Remember everyone pregnancy is different. Congrats