Your Body During Pregnancy
Your body is going to change as the baby develops. It’s vital that you do everything you can to ensure that you have a healthy pregnancy e.g. keeping fit, getting the proper nutrition and not doing anything that could harm the baby e.g. smoking and drinking alcohol.
Make sure that you keep your doctor appointments, have the necessary scans and tests to safeguard your health and the baby’s wellbeing. There are certain discomforts that you are more than likely to experience during pregnancy such as morning sickness, fatigue, bladder and bowel problems and headaches. Make sure you discuss the common discomforts with your doctor so that you aren’t alarmed if they happen. If you experience any other abnormal symptoms, contact your doctor immediately.