Pregnant! Congratulations, this is a very special time for mother to be and her partner. Mum is going to be going through a lot of changes. She will be worried about how her body is going to change, scared about the birth. You May have morning sickness which can sometimes be so debilitating that it can result in you spending a lot of time on the couch just not knowing how to carry on and wondering how you are going to get through the day. This can start from as early as 2 weeks and last for up to 14 weeks.Swollen Breasts,Tiredness,Morning Sickness,HeadachesEvery women is different and she will experience different symptoms, some won't feel sick at all and others can suffer considerably but usually after the first 14 - 16 weeks the symptoms get easier and you can enjoy the rest of your pregnancy and find you have lots of new found energy, especially for the nesting phase (i.e. the huge desire to decorate, sort out and clean the whole house!!)View Thread
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