10 weeks pregnant mother

Question: I m 10 week pregnant is there any sign comes to know my baby is fine ?

Answer: Hi dear, Congratulations on your pregnancy! Being pregnant itself brings lot of emotional and physical changes.and as a would be mother it's a constant thought if the baby is doing fine.so first of all relax,your baby is in a protective sac,where your placenta keeps providing nutrition through you.so eating healthy will keep you in peace that baby getting enough nutrition.secondly once you start feeling baby movements, regular movement would assure you that it's doing fine.lastly,your scans and blood works both Wil clinically proven your baby is alright.
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