first trimester, second trimester, and third trimester
first trimester (week 1–week 12)
during the first trimester your body undergoes many changes. hormonal changes affect almost every organ system in your body.
- extreme tiredness
-tender, swollen breasts. your nipples might also stick out.
-upset stomach with or without throwing up (morning sickness)
-cravings or distaste for certain foods
second trimester (week 13–week 28)
your abdomen will expand as the baby continues to grow. and before this trimester is over, you will feel your baby beginning to move!
-body aches, such as back, abdomen, groin, or thigh pain
-stretch marks on your abdomen, breasts, thighs, or buttocks
-darkening of the skin around your nipples
-a line on the skin running from belly button to pubic hairline
third trimester (week 29–week 40)
some of the same discomforts you had in your second trimester will continue. plus, many women find breathing difficult and notice they have to go to the bathroom even more often. this is because the baby is getting bigger and it is putting more pressure on your organs. don't worry, your baby is fine and these problems will lessen once you give birth.
-shortness of breath
-swelling of the ankles, fingers, and face. (if you notice any sudden or extreme swelling or if you gain a lot of weight really quickly, call your doctor right away. this could be a sign of preeclampsia.)
-tender breasts, which may leak a watery pre-milk called colostrum
hopes this helps! my mom told me all about it
answer: raised heart rate and sped-up nervous system
an extreme or irrational fear of or aversion to something.
it could have some undesirable effects in our health.
corn syrup, especially the high-fructose one, because fructose (also called as the fruit sugar) appears to be as dangerous as glucose in this regard and so does not seem to be the best solution for prolonging the shelf life of food.(mcpherson et al, 1988)
it is also possible that it could make a person fatter, because it could cause overabundance of calorie intake to a regular person's balanced diet.