With every pregnancy you will have tons of questions and tons of excitement. Your body is going through so many changes now; your emotions are everywhere, you’re happy but you cry and you’re not sure what to do or what comes next. You make your appointments with your doctor and follow up. Now you’re taking vitamins that will help your baby grow stronger. In some cases you’re having complications so you’re considered “High Risk.” In that case, they will take extra care of you and your baby.
You will end up having more appointments and more ultrasounds just to make sure you and your little one stay on track, and this way they are able to make sure there are no unforeseen issues later down the road. They may have to change the way you eat or take you from work to better monitor you. As time passes and your body changes more you will feel your little one moving inside and at a certain point you will be able to watch as he or she moves around inside you. Be prepared not to sleep to much at this point in time it’s nearly impossible they are too busy moving around for you to get comfortable anymore. The closer your due date comes the more your doctor will be checking on you and the baby still making sure there will not be any problems at time of delivery but if there are he will also be aware and will take tons of precautions.
Well, you made it this far and you’re headed in to deliver your precious little angel, your contractions have started and you’re dilated. This part is not fun, and your body does things you thought were impossible to ever do but here it is, the pain is horrible and you just wish it would be over. Some women yell like crazy people, but it seems to help them, so OK, if that works for you go on YELL. Others have to have caesarian sections like me, which was no fun, takes weeks to recoup and hurts like nothing I could ever describe, but when you hold that precious angel in your arms for the first time all the pain and changes in your body are so worth it. Enjoy every second of your pregnancy, even if you’re like me and was sick the whole time I carried my son. He was worth every second of it. So much so I did it a second time and the experience was totally different with my beautiful daughter.