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teen pregnancy early symptoms

teen pregnancy early symptoms

teen pregnancy early symptoms

teen pregnancy early symptoms

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  • Morning sickness, nausea, and vomiting during early pregnancy. During pregnancy, your body increase the amount of blood it pumps. Almost all cases of hypertension within the first 20 weeks indicate underlying problems. Not only can the swelling uterus put pressure on your bladder, but the extra blood flow to the kidneys which begins right away also causes them to produce more urine.
  • The first trimester of a pregnancy can feel quite similar to a bout with the flu, so your daughter may not realize her condition. Cramping and spotting during early pregnancy. If you think you might be pregnant, Justice says, your best bet is to take a pregnancy test. You can get through this together and come out closer on the other side, but it will take time to adjust to the news.

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