Week 8 Of Pregnancy
- Q What prenatal care do I need during week 8 of pregnancy?
During week 8, you may have your first prenatal doctor's appointment. This appointment will probably be relatively long, since there's a lot to do. You and your doctor will probably go over your personal and family medical history. Give your doctor as... Full Answer
- Q How might my actions affect my baby during week 8 of pregnancy?
In week 8, your doctor will remind you at your first prenatal appointment that you should keep paying attention to your lifestyle choices that may affect your baby. Nutrition is especially important at this point since you may be getting fewer nutrients... Full Answer
- Q What changes will I experience during week 8 of my pregnancy?
During week 8 of pregnancy, you're continuing to experience changes. This week, you'll probably still feel some of the more negative effects of pregnancy like extreme fatigue, abdominal cramping, and pain in your lower back or buttocks. You may also... Full Answer
- Q How should I prepare for my baby's birth during week 8 of pregnancy?
During week 8, the most important way to prepare for your baby's birth is by seeing your doctor for your first prenatal visit. This will set the tone for your prenatal care throughout your pregnancy. At this appointment, share all the information you can... Full Answer
- Q How is my baby growing and developing during week 8?
In week 8 of pregnancy, your baby's fingers and toes are starting to develop, even though they're still webbed at this point. The "tail"that had been at the bottom of your baby's spine is almost completely gone. Although your baby's lungs won't be fully... Full Answer
- Q What is the size of my baby during week 8?
During week 8, your baby is starting to move! You can't really feel it yet, though, because your baby is still pretty small. At this point, your baby is a little over half an inch long, or the size of a lima bean. Full Answer
- Q What is important to know during week 8 of my pregnancy?
Week 8 is an exciting week for you and your baby. At this point, your baby is starting to move. It's still only the size of a bean so you won't be able to feel anything, but it should be exciting to know that your baby is starting to move and shift... Full Answer
- Q What should I discuss with my doctor during week 8 of pregnancy?
In week 8, you may be seeing your doctor for your first prenatal appointment. At the appointment, your doctor will go over a lot of information with you. You will talk about your personal and family medical history, and you will probably undergo several... Full Answer
- Q What will I look like during week 8 of my pregnancy?
Week 8 is still pretty early in your pregnancy, so you probably won't look too different. Some women may start to notice subtle changes in their body, like weight gain around their waists. However, most women only gain about five pounds in the first... Full Answer
- Q How will I feel during week 8 of my pregnancy?
By week 8 of pregnancy, you may be experiencing some uncomfortable symptoms of pregnancy. At this point, many women feel fatigued. This is probably due to a combination of hormonal changes, morning sickness, and possibly a lack of sleep. You may also be... Full Answer