Congratulations and welcome to the most exciting and miraculous period of your life! You’re probably starting to feel pregnant already. You will see changes in your body as the weeks go by. Start reading now to find out what you’ll see in the week-by-week pregnancy section!
You have 40 priceless weeks ahead of you to watch your inner baby grow by the day. We know how precious each week is to you. That’s why we’ve created a week-by-week pregnancy section to make it easier for you to understand and enjoy this process .
In order to follow up a healthy pregnancy, we first want you to meet the word “trimester”, which is one of the words you will hear most in this process and will probably enter your life.
What Does Trimester Mean?
Trimester is the name given to each 3-month period of the 9-month pregnancy process. In other words, the pregnancy period is divided into 3 trimesters. The first 3 months are the 1st trimester, the 4-5th and 6th months are the 2nd trimester, and the 7-8th and 9th months are the 3rd, that is, the last trimester. In other words, there are 3 major breaking points experienced in 3-month periods in pregnancy.
- The first trimester (first trimester) is a period when you try to cope with the early symptoms of pregnancy and try to acclimate your body to pregnancy. The baby and his organs are slowly starting to form…
- The second trimester (second trimester) is the honeymoon period of pregnancy. It is the trimester where you get used to pregnancy and your early period complaints decrease and you will have the most trouble-free trimester. This is the period when your baby starts to grow at an amazing speed.
- The third trimester (last 3 months) is now the last quarter. The honeymoon period of pregnancy is over and it is a process where troubles begin again. It is a period when birth and related worries are approaching, and at the same time, the desire to have a baby is at its peak. Your baby, on the other hand, is no longer a bean, but really a baby, and makes all the preparations for the day he will be born.
Although you will experience the most obvious changes during the transitions between pregnancy trimesters, it is always important how many weeks pregnant you are.
Between the weeks of pregnancy , there will be some changes, developments and symptoms both in the baby and in you. We will also touch on the general topics that will come to you week by week.
Although our articles in our week-by-week pregnancy series have been approved by specialist physicians and confirmed by reliable sources, we recommend that you always discuss your health problems and concerns with your own doctor. Because the articles here can only make you put your worries and curiosity into words. It can give you an idea about the process.
Now sit back, relax, and promise yourself that you’ll enjoy your pregnancy. The most exciting and award-winning adventure of your life begins!