What are common problems that may occur during week 13 of pregnancy?

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By week 13 of pregnancy, many of the symptoms you've been experiencing like nausea, vomiting, and extreme fatigue are going away. At this point, you may start having other problems related to your growing uterus. As your uterus grows, you may start feeling aches or cramps called round ligament pain. This is caused when the ligaments around your uterus stretch to make room for your baby. This often happens when you move or get up from sitting, so be careful about how you adjust when lying in bed or sitting on the couch. However, if the pain is continuous and accompanied by fever, chills, vaginal bleeding,  painful urination, or other unexpected symptoms, call your doctor immediately; it could be a more serious problem.

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