Your emotions might be a bit all over the place at the moment but don’t worry, this is all perfectly normal. With the hormones that are now coursing through your body, and the prospect of a major life change, it is only natural that you might be feeling a little out of sorts. Some symptoms you may begin to experience are fluctuating emotions, sensitive breasts, nausea, and unusual abdominal twinges. Give yourself some time to slow down and process things, the next 35 weeks are going to be an exciting ride.
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