What Does Your Stomach Feel like When Pregnant?

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Pregnancy brings major hormonal changes in the body of a woman and these changes make them feel differently in their stomach. The following link: http://pregnancy. about.com/od/pregnantbody/ss/monthlymom. htm has complete description of the woman’s body from when they suspect they are pregnant to their last trimester.
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When pregnant one will be feeling full, the stomach might feel tender to the touch and there will be some constipation due to a slowing of the digestive process. The changes your abdominal region undergoes when you are expectant will determine how you feel when you are pregnant.
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Depending on how far along someone is in pregnancy it is usually hard. As the pregnancy progresses you can feel where the baby is actually laying because it is firmer in that area.
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its not necessarily a feeling. that normally doesnt come til later, when the baby is more developed, but you may be nauseous and youll miss your period. i suggest a pregnancy test.
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