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First trimester

The first trimester of your pregnancy can be a very exciting time. But there's lots to consider and plan for, and you’ll need to know some key things first.

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Miscarriage

A miscarriage is the loss of a baby, usually during the first three months or "first trimester" of pregnancy.

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Pregnancy at week 12

By week 12, your baby is the size of a plum but fully formed, with their organs, muscles, limbs and bones in place.

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Pregnancy changes video: first trimester | Raising Children Network

This video is about the physical and emotional changes you can expect in the first trimester of pregnancy. Mums and dads describe their experiences.

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Pregnancy - Pregnancy Topics - The first 3 months of pregnancy – the first trimester

uterus; embryo; fetus; foetus; weeks; trimester; first; hormones; fathers; dads; pregnancy; early; changes; body; what; to; expect; south; australia; During the first 12 weeks or 3 months of your pregnancy, you will usually only put on about 1 or 2 kilos, or possibly less if you have morning sickness

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How to quit when you're pregnant

Tips on quitting when your pregnant, from first trimester to post delivery.

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Screening tests in the first 3 months of pregnancy

You may wish to find out early in your pregnancy if your baby is at increased risk of a serious health condition by having a screening test in your first trimester (the first 3 months of pregnancy).

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Pregnancy Acne | Acne During Pregnancy | All About Acne

Not all pregnancies lead to acne but if you have hormonal acne, it is likely to flare during the first trimester (first three months) of your pregnancy. Find out what you need to know.

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Tests for pregnant women

During your first trimester (the first 3 months of your pregnancy) you may be offered a range of tests to check if you have any infections or health conditions.

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Week by week pregnancy- antenatal care at 7 weeks pregnant

Your doctor can look at your foetuss features to determine how old they are find out how. You need to talk to your doctor if you experience very severe morning sickness as you may not be getting all the nutrients you and your baby need or early pregnancy spotting (spot bleeding) as you may be at risk of miscarriage.

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