Bear in mind, every pregnancy is different; no two pregnancies develop at the same rate or feel the same, so don't be alarmed if you haven't experienced or noticed certain changes by the date given below (as a guideline).
Your fluctuating hormones begins to settle down and you may be able to feel the top of the uterus just above your pubic bone. Morning sickness and frequency of urination should have eased. You may notice a gain in your weight. The amount of blood in your body increases steadily from now, so your heart and lungs have to work harder. Kidneys increase their work too. Some may experience constipation as the bowel slows down. Check with your doctor on your normal fitness routine and book a dental appointment.
The sign of labour starts with a leakage of amniotic fluid (may be a gush or just a tricke) and contractions occuring at regular intervals.