How will I feel during week 10 of my pregnancy?

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By week 10 of pregnancy, the good news is that if you're not already feeling better, you will be soon. You may still be feeling queasy from morning sickness, but it's likely to get better in the next 4-6 weeks. You're probably feeling heavier even though you may not look pregnant to other people - this weight gain is probably related to bloating, your growing uterus, and perhaps a few extra pounds of weight gain around your midsection. If your clothes are feeling uncomfortable, you may want to start looking for maternity clothes. Emotionally, you're probably going through mood swings, which are a perfectly normal result of stress and of your fluctuating hormones at this point in your pregnancy. If you're concerned about how you're feeling during week 10, talk to your doctor.

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