Pregnancy App Article: "Your body in week 12"

Week 12
Your body in week 12
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What's happening to me?
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The placenta is almost complete now and will soon take over from the corpus luteum in the job of sustaining your baby for the rest of your pregnancy, meaning you should find you feel quite a lot more human than you have.

Your uterus is now the size of a grapefruit and is starting to lift up and out of the pelvis *2001: a Space Odyssey music plays off stage*. You may get the odd twinge as the ligaments are stretched and pulled, and you might find your ‘bump’ pops out about now, especially if this is not your first baby.
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It's difficult not to be self conscious about our bodies changing but it's kind of exciting too - there's a baby growing in there!
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