Next week marks the end of the “honeymoon phase”, or second trimester, of the pregnancy. Which means that you will soon start to feel some heavier symptoms of pregnancy and your body will change rapidly from week to week.
The end of the twelfth week of pregnancy is an important milestone. You’re about to complete your first trimester, or the first 3 months, and your baby is making great progress in its development.
At 28 weeks pregnant, you’ve just reached a huge milestone. You are now entering the third trimester of the pregnancy, which means that the “honeymoon phase” is over.
At 13 weeks pregnant, you are about to enter the second trimester. It is sometimes referred to as the honeymoon phase of pregnancy due to the symptoms easing off, but there are still lots of changes happening to your body and this is the stage in which you will probably notice your body shape changing more radically.
At 29 weeks pregnant, you’ve been pregnant for around 7 months and are edging closer to the day you can greet your baby in the outside world.
When you’re 14 weeks pregnant you are at the beginning of your second trimester. This means that your risk of miscarriage has dropped dramatically, and the symptoms of pregnancy you felt in the first trimester will likely start to lessen.
When you’re 30 weeks pregnant, your baby bump starts to become a conversation starter. You’ll be noticeably pregnant, and your belly will be getting bigger by the day.
When you’ve been pregnant for 15 weeks, you’ve probably started getting used to the adaptations and changes that your body has been experiencing during the first fifteen weeks of pregnancy.
As you enter week 31 of pregnancy, your baby is nearly completely developed. He or she will have five functioning senses, their brain will be getting bigger and smarter, and their muscles and bones are strengthening on a daily basis.