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Some Maternity facts
1. Morning sickness doesn't often happen in the morning Most women get all day (or midday, afternoon or evening sickness) in the early part of the first trimester.
2. You may not "get sick" from morning sickness Many women just feel nauseous (not much of a comfort, we know!). But in most women it subsides between 12 and 14 weeks. Many experts believe this is because the placenta begins producing hormones of its own at this time.
3. Hormones play a big role in pregnancy Progesterone is nature’s sedative. It gives you a natural lethargy to make sure you do nothing strenuous that may affect the developing foetus.
4. Labour brought on by hormones At the end of your pregnancy the drop in the levels of progesterone helps initiate the start of labour.
5. Hormones also make your boobs bigger Oestrogen stimulates the enlargement and development of the breasts for lactation.
6. Tall? More chance of twins Researchers have found several genetic factors can lead to multiple births. These include: If you’re over the age of 35, have a history of twin pregnancies, there are twins in your family, or if you’re tall.
7. Lots of eggs, (potentially) means lots of babies If you’ve taken fertility drugs or used IVF to get pregnant, you have a far higher chance of carrying twins, or even more babies, because more eggs are released and/ or implanted than during natural conception.
8. Your body is running on overdrive The heart and blood vessels have to transport more oxygen, not just to the foetus, but also to all of the involved organs that have to start working a lot harder. These changes are the cause of many of the unpleasant symptoms of early pregnancy such as lightheadedness and dizziness, nausea, extreme fatigue, cravings, constipation, bloating and frequent urination.
Although these symptoms are troublesome for you they are also reassuring, because their presence usually means you are having a healthy pregnancy.
9. Stretching skin The average woman has 17 square feet of skin when she is not pregnant. This stretches to an unbelievable 18.5 square feet by the ninth month of pregnancy.