The 3 Trimesters

A first-timer parent? So you are just getting the news that you are conceiving for the first time and you aren’t that sure of how the upcoming three trimesters look like? Well, you don’t even know what is a trimester! Don’t you worry! As a snippet, a normal pregnancy is 40 weeks and it is divided into three trimesters – 1st, 2nd and 3rd. Be prepared as each trimester comes with its own specific hormonal, physical, and physiological changes; but it differs on each individual and pregnancy.
Here is where you can get tips and tricks about the three (3) trimesters. Stay tuned with more information for your motherhood journey at Motherhood.com.my.

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