First Trimester (Week 1 – Week 13)
The first trimester is a period of major development for your foetus and of profound physical and emotional changes for you. You may realise that you are pregnant straight away, however many women will not realise they are pregnant until at least week four or five. This is one of the reasons why you are encouraged to plan for pregnancy. Click on the following week number to get info about pregnancy description.
Second Trimester (Week 14 – Week 27)
The second trimester is the middle three months of your pregnancy. You will start to look and feel pregnant. For many women, it is the easiest three months of pregnancy. Take the time now, while you’re feeling better and your energy is up, to start planning for your baby’s arrival. Although you should be feeling better now, big changes are still taking place inside your body. Click on the following week number to get info about weekly pregnancy description.
Third Trimester (Week 28 – Week 42)
You’ve only got a few more weeks to go, but this part of your pregnancy can be the most challenging. Feelings at this stage of pregnancy tend to vary from tiredness and worry to excitement about the baby.