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Find out what are the Symptoms at 7 Weeks pregnant. For some its nausea, for some its food aversion and for others its Frequent Urination. Acne, Mood swings and Abdominal Cramps are also very common.
Your baby is now almost the size of a bean or similar to that of a blueberry. 7 weeks pregnancy can leave you with surreal feeling of joy and contentment. 7 weeks pregnancy triggers a lot of symptoms and out of them some may be real harsh on you - throughout your pregnancy. Here is a list of some prominent 7-week pregnancy symptoms.
1. Morning Sickness
Morning sickness is one of the most popular 7 weeks pregnancy symptoms and it may be going really strong at this time. Nausea and morning sickness must be in their completely active form, when you are 7 weeks pregnant and are expected to vanish steadily during second trimester of your pregnancy.
2. Food Cravings
During 7-week pregnancy you may experience a sudden change in your food choices. You may feel like giving up at fried or oily food items at one moment and crave for some weird food at another moment. Food aversions are a natural way to keep you away from perils of foods, which can put yours and baby’s health at risk when you are 7 weeks pregnant.
3. Frequent Urination
During first trimester of your pregnancy you may feel an urge to pee more frequently. Tough you probably don’t look pregnant at week 7 pregnancies but the reason behind frequent urination may be an increased size of your uterus.
As your hormones are being playful during 7 weeks pregnancy, you are more susceptible to get skin rashes, acne and breakouts. You can opt for various skin care products which are easily available in the market but don’t forget to consult a physician to make sure they are safe to use during this time.
5. Mood Swings
Mood swings forms the most interesting part of your pregnancy. The tides of hormonal changes occurring in your body are actually the reason, which makes you emotional now and then.
6. Abdominal Cramps
There are a lot of things happening inside your uterus and the baby is making continuous attempts to grow rapidly. Before your baby grows big enough to make movements, you may feel a generous amount of cramping during 7 Weeks pregnancy. Your cervix may be highly sensitive when you are 7 weeks pregnant and may experience a little spotting along with the abdominal cramps similar to menstrual cramps. A severe pain and heavy blood flow similar to that of menstrual bleeding can be a warning sign of pregnancy related issues. In this case you should not wait for long and consult your medical supervisor at the earliest.
Hope, this article has helped to resolve your queries on women who are 7 weeks pregnant, symptoms and some handy tips. Follow Elawoman blog to get regular updates on fertility health and treatment.
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