A short summary, a sentence or two. May be left blank.
Required. An illustrative image for the article. Recommended size is 1242 x 1700. Insert the image directly - do not include any other text or HTML.
CURRENTLY NOT USED. A thumbnail image for the article. Minimum recommended size is 200px by 125px and the recommended
aspect ratio is 1.6 width to 1 height. Insert the image directly - do not include any other text or HTML. May be left blank.
Welcome to your new norks. The big breast surge is almost over by week eight, you’ll be relieved to hear. Your boobs grow more in the first trimester than during any other (they'll have another little growth spurt later on, as they prepare for breastfeeding).
Now is the time to invest in some new pregnancy bras. Avoid the underwired kind though - they'll dig in and that's not good for any breasts, let alone pregnant ones.
Boobs might also feel a bit sore and tingly, and be darker in the areola (the bit around the nipple). Montgomery's Tubercles, which may sound like a provincial brass band but are in fact tiny glands, develop in the areolas ready to make the lubricating fluid that will protect your nipples during breastfeeding.
Required. Do not embed images in the body
May be left blank, if body is long and there is a natural break to have quotes appear use this secondary body. Do not embed images in the body
A talk URL related to this article. This should just be the URL; not a link.
Talk Link Text
Find some bosom buddies on Mumsnet
The text for the link to a talk thread. This should just be the text of the link; not a URL which should instead be entered above.
Can you notice a difference in your body already?
This is used to encourage users to capture something in their journal. For example, "Take a picture!"