You may never feel more feminine, strong, or sexual than you do now. Many women love their pregnancy curves and discover a new sense of self-esteem. You may feel sexier than ever. Rosier skin, healthier hair, and full, voluptuous breasts are just a few of the sexier physical changes of pregnancy. The increased blood flow to your genitals may make you feel as though you are in a constant state of arousal. Other women just feel ungainly, fat, and unattractive. Of course, it’s easy to feel less than hot when you’re experiencing all the physical and emotional changes of pregnancy. What some people see as a voluptuous chest, you might see as super-sore torpedoes. What others consider a perfect baby bump, you might view as a fat stomach that makes it impossible to wear your favorite jeans. Adjusting to any changes -- physical or otherwise -- can be tough on your confidence. But hormones are partly responsible, too: Your self-esteem can take a blow from mood swings triggered by hormonal shifts. And how you feel about your body can change, not just from trimester to trimester, but from week to week and even day to day.