For a healthy child to grow in your womb, it must be supplied in the best possible manner. This is why many organs function differently during pregnancy. This is a major change for your body.
The heart and circulation work faster and more blood is pumped through the body. Even the lungs, the liver and the kidneys need to do a lot more than usual. All of this, for example, can lead to shortness of breath, nausea, constipation or high blood pressure.
Some women notice external changes or feel different from the very start. Some women do not notice any changes at the beginning. Both are completely normal.
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