17 Weeks Pregnant – Symptoms, Baby Size, Do’s and Don’ts

17 Weeks Pregnant - Symptoms, Baby Size, Do's and Don'ts

Pregnancy is a beautiful experience for a mother. But it comes with its own set of rules. By the 17th week of pregnancy, you are way into your second trimester. Both you and your baby’s body go through several changes during pregnancy. 17 weeks pregnant woman can expect her nausea and morning sickness to go down and feel less tired compared to earlier. The uterus that has already expanded will continue, and you will probably experience indigestion.

This video on 17 weeks pregnancy symptoms will help you learn more about this time of pregnancy. Remember that your baby is getting longer and stronger with growing muscles and adding some fat during this time. You will also enjoy your baby move inside your belly. Watch the video to know more.

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