2 Weeks: Hormones are activated that affect the development and preservation.
4 Weeks: The embryo is very small, but the woman’s body is already changing.
9 Weeks: The first symptoms appear: Rapid fatigue and nausea.
15 Weeks: The womb begins to expand.
21 Weeks: The movements of the embryo become noticeable.
26 Weeks: The abdomen actively grows and becomes noticeably larger.
30 Weeks: Under pressure from the embryo, the intestines and stomach move upwards.
36 Weeks: This causes heartburn, shortness of breath,and frequent trips to the toilet.
After the Birth: The womb needs two months to return to its normal condition.