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Early pregnancy has its share of discomforts. Some, such as mild nausea and fatigue, are very common. Others, including nosebleeds and bladder infections, are more rare.

Soon after you conceive, your body begins a series of major changes. It has to because it needs to sustain another living being through 37 weeks of growth and development!

But by the fourth month of pregnancy, you'll begin to feel much more like your old self, as your body has adjusted somewhat to these dramatic changes. Until then, your first-trimester symptoms are almost always associated with normal pregnancies that have good outcomes.

 

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