The changes that Sara is going to suffer every month physically, mentally and emotionally

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    First trimester.

    First trimester.
    First, the hormonal changes will affect almost every organ in the body some symptoms are these ones: extreme fatigue, Nausea, Cravings or aversion to certain foods, Mood swings, Constipation, and frequent urination.
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    First trimester: Physical and emotional changes in a woman.

    First  trimester: Physical and emotional changes in a woman.
    Some changes woman can experience. You may need to go to bed earlier or eat more frequently. Some women experience a lot of discomfort, and others may not feel anything, but every woman have her experience with her pregnancy
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    Second Trimester.

    Second Trimester.
    Once you enter the second trimester you may find it easier than the first, your nausea and fatigue may lessen or go away completely. However, you will also notice more changes to your body that the baby jump, by the end of the trimester you will be even able to feel your baby move.
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    Second Trimester: Physical and emotional changes in a woman,

    Second Trimester: Physical and emotional changes in a woman,
    Some changes you need to notice in your body are Pain on the back and on the abdomen, stretch marks on your abdomen, tingling hands, Itching on the abdomen, palms, and soles of the feet, swelling of the ankles, fingers, and face.
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    Third trimester

    Third trimester
    Is the final stage of pregnancy, Discomforts that started in the second-trimester probably they continue As the baby grows and puts more pressure on your internal organ, you may find difficulty breathing and have to urinate more frequently, This is normal.
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    Third trimester: Physical and emotional changes

    Third trimester: Physical and emotional changes
    Tender breast, which makes leak watery milk, a difficulty for sleeping, the baby moves lower in your abdomen. As your date approaches, your cervix becomes thinner and softer, that helps the cervix open during the childbirth.