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Question: In strting of pregnancy Wht type of prblm faced by a lady??

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Answer: Pregnancy symptoms are unique and unpredictable. Two women can each have healthy pregnancies without any of the same symptoms. Likewise, you may have had bad nausea in your first pregnancy, but no morning sickness this time around. The swiftly rising levels of the hormones human chorionic gonadotropin (hCG) and progesterone are responsible for many of the pregnancy symptoms you experience. You can expect any of the following symptoms in week 8 of pregnancy: morning sickness light headedness frequent urination acute sense of smell abdominal cramps vaginal bleeding fatigue breast changes food cravings and aversions constipation increased vaginal discharge mood swings
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