Getting inside second try

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For a few weeks, pregnancy seemed so easy didn't it? You felt great and had lo of energy… remember? However as we approach the third trimesteryou might be feeling more tired, and a bit more clumsy and uncoordinated. That's Getting inside second try. It's hard carrying around all that extra weight and also your centre of gravity will have changed with your growing bump, and that affects your sense of balance. You may need to allow yourself more time to do your usual activities, like your daily walk to the bus stop.

It's important to stay active but your body's changing all the time, so cut yourself a bit more slack! What's happening in my body? There's a lot of activity going on inside your bump — kicking, punching, somersaults, hiccupping… Get to know your baby's patterns, and if you're worried that the movements have slowed down or stopped, then contact your midwife or maternity Getting inside second try straight away.

Have a look at the NHS website for information on your baby's movements during pregnancy. You may be getting more leg cramps now, particularly during the night when you really want to sleep. Try doing foot and ankle exercises. Just pulling your toes upwards could help, or rubbing the muscle where it hurts.

Are you getting a bit more… what's the word… forgetful? If you keep losing your keys, and then finding them in the fridge, then you could have what some people refer to as 'baby brain' or 'mumnesia'. This isn't a medical condition, or scientifically proven, it's just something that some pregnant women report. It's probably caused by tiredness and having lots of things on your mind.

Make life easy for yourself — write lists, set reminders, and keep keys in the same place. Also just accept that if you're juggling lo of things at once, then occasionally you'll drop the odd ball. Surrogacy is when a woman carries a baby for a couple who are unable to conceive or carry themselves. Find out more about surrogacy on the NHS website. You might feel like hibernating now. We know that it's tempting to slump on the sofa with a packet of biscuits, but fight the urge — you'll feel so much better if you go for a walk and eat healthily instead.

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Tommy's the baby charity has produced a Getting inside second try guide with a further list of symptoms. Your baby, or foetus, is around That's approximately the size of small marrow, and the weight of six large carrots. Around now, your baby's eyes will be opening for the first time and the next trick will be to learn how to blink. The eyes will probably be blue now, but that could easily change. It's a myth that all babies are born with blue eyes — the colour will depend on the parents' genetics, and brown is very common.

You won't know the permanent colour for a while, as they can keep on changing right into adulthood. However they will have probably settled on a colour by the time your baby's three. Check out what benefits you're entitled to, as you may be able to claim Maternity Allowance from now on. This is usually paid out if you don't qualify for Statutory Maternity Pay. Find out what benefits you and your partner could claim.

You have maternity rights and if you're worried about your safety at work, then talk to your employer. You shouldn't be lugging anything around, and you may need extra breaks and somewhere to sit. You can also attend antenatal appointments during paid work time. It's a good time to tone up those muscles 'down under'.

Gentle exercises can Getting inside second try to prevent leakage when you laugh, sneeze, cough or jump around on your future baby's trampoline. Get the muscles going by pretending that you're having a wee and then stop the 'urine' in midflow. Visit Tommys. Ask your midwife or doctor about online antenatal classes — they may be able to recommend one.

The charity Tommy's has lots of useful information on antenatal classes and preparing you for birth.

Getting inside second try

Ask your partner if they would like to take part in the antenatal classes. Even if you've had children before, they're still worth going to as you can meet other parents-to-be. The NCT offers online antenatal classes with small groups of people that live locally to you. Do your best to stop smokinggive up alcohol and Getting inside second try easy on the cappuccinos. We know that's easy to say, but hard to do. Ask your midwife or GP for support. We can usually get enough vitamin D from sunlight, but as we are at home a lot more at the moment, you may not be getting enough.

If you're pregnant, or breastfeeding, you should consider taking a daily vitamin D supplement. It's worth checking if you're entitled to free vitamins. Get moving! It's recommended that pregnant women do minutes of exercise throughout the week. You could start off with just 10 minutes of daily exercise Getting inside second try perhaps take a brisk walk outside.

Listen to your body and do what feels right for you. Don't eat for two! Eat for you. You don't need any extra calories until the third trimester, which starts in week Try and eat healthily with plenty of fresh fruit and veg, and avoid processed, fatty and salty foods. You may be able to get free milk, fruit and Getting inside second try through the Healthy Start scheme Emotional and mental wellbeing.

How are you today? If you're feeling anxious or low, then talk to your doctor or midwife who can point you in the right direction to get all the support that you need. You could also discuss your worries with your partner, friends and family. You may be worried about your relationship, or money, or having somewhere permanent to live. Don't bottle it up — you're important, so ask for help if you need it! Getting pregnant again is probably the last thing on your mind!

However now is a good time to start planning what type of contraception you would like to use after your baby is born. Making this decision when you're pregnant will give you one less thing to think about when you're looking after a newborn baby. Getting pregnant again could happen sooner than you realise and too short a gap between babies is known to cause problems. Talk to your GP or midwife to help you decide and get everything in place. Feeing hot? Stock up on lollies and you've got it licked! Or pour fruit juice into ice cube trays, freeze, and then drop into drinks.

During pregnancy, your body gets hotter than usual. That's due to your hormones, the increase in your weight, and the extra blood that's rushing around. It's easy to overheat, so make sure you stay cool when the temperature soars. Get personalised s for trusted NHS advice, videos and tips on your pregnancy week by week, birth and parenthood.

Getting inside second try

Back to 2nd trimester. Home Pregnancy Week-by-week 2nd trimester Week Share this Facebook Pinterest Twitter Whatsapp. Week-by-week guide to pregnancy. When you're pregnant, you have lots of questions. Our week-by-week pregnancy guide is packed with lots of useful information. From what's happening inside your body, to how your baby is developing, and tips and advice on having a healthy pregnancy — this is your one-stop pregnancy guide!

Our week-by-week pregnancy guide is full of essential information. From staying fit in pregnancy to advice on your maternity rights, you'll find it all here. Happy reading! Week 26 — your second trimester For a few weeks, pregnancy seemed so easy didn't it? Do you have 'baby brain'? Surrogacy Surrogacy is when a woman carries a baby for a couple who are unable to conceive or carry themselves. Second trimester pregnancy symptoms at 26 weeks You might feel like hibernating now.

This week, your s of pregnancy could include: tiredness and sleeping problems stretch marks swollen and bleeding gums pains on the side Getting inside second try your baby bump, caused by your expanding womb 'round ligament pains' piles headaches backache nosebleeds bloating and constipation indigestion and heartburn leg cramps feeling hot dizziness swollen hands and feet urine infections vaginal infections darkened skin on your face or brown patches - this is known as chloasma or the 'mask of pregnancy' greasier, spotty skin thicker and shinier hair symptoms from earlier weeks, caused by pregnancy hormones, such as mood swingsmorning sicknessweird pregnancy cravings ,a heightened sense of smell, sore or leaky breastsa white Getting inside second try pregnancy discharge from your vagina and light spotting seek medical advice for any bleeding.

What does my baby look like? Action stations Check out what benefits you're entitled to, as you may be able to claim Maternity Allowance from now on. This week you could also Talk to your work. Start doing pelvic floor exercises. Antenatal classes.

Getting inside second try

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