What are common problems that may occur during week 11 of pregnancy?

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By the time you reach week 11 of pregnancy, you may be feeling less nauseated than you have been up to this point. However, new symptoms like heartburn and constipation may start to affect you. These symptoms happen because of various hormonal changes that are helping get nutrients to your baby, as well as pressure from your uterus on digestive organs. To stop heartburn, try to eat small, frequent meals and avoid spicy and fatty foods. Constipation may be treated by eating high-fiber foods and drinking plenty of fluids. You may also be having mood swings during week 11, caused by stress and fluctuating hormones. These are all normal and common problems associated with pregnancy, but if you have any questions, talk to your doctor.

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