5 Months Pregnant

Are you 5 months pregnant? You might want to know about the symptoms you may experience during this month, how much your baby grows, what precautions are to be taken, and the things you can do during this time. But first, let us tell you that during the 5 months pregnancy, your baby is developing rapidly, and this is when your baby bump will start becoming visible.

Since your body will keep undergoing several changes to accommodate the growing baby, your 5 month pregnancy symptoms and body changes will be a bit different than the previous months. Your morning sickness, too, will stop, and you’ll feel better. Although, symptoms like heartburn and high blood pressure will continue to tire you. To know what to expect, watch this video on 5 months pregnancy symptoms and care for the betterment of your baby and yourself.

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