Mam: Pregnant 7 weeks (Baby 5 weeks)
You may not look or even feel pregnant, but your uterus is expanding to accommodate your growing baby.
You may not look or even feel pregnant, but your uterus is expanding to accommodate your growing baby. Before pregnancy it was the size of a closed fist. Now it's as big as a grapefruit. As your uterus grows, you may feel mild cramps in your tummy.
Always check with your midwife if you are experiencing cramps, just in case. There are some pregnancy symptoms that you should never ignore. If you have cramps with bleeding, seek medical help immediately. Your GP, midwife, or your hospital are all there to help you. Pregnancy is an emotional time and its normal to feel sad estatic on minute and on the verge of tears the next. Just realise that this is part of pregnancy and take it in your stride. You will be relieved to know that it's very common to have mood swings.
A combination of surging hormones and worries about pregnancy and parenthood can also result in vivid dreams or insomnia. Try to relax and take time to unwind. It'll be good practice for the months to come. Emotional ups and downs can carry on throughout pregnancy and well after your baby's born. So accept that you're bound to feel fragile occasionally. 
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