What to Expect states that common 10-week pregnancy symptoms are fatigue, food cravings, food aversions, constipation, indigestion, heartburn, bloating, gas, headaches, increased vaginal discharge, faintness, dizziness, visible veins, round ligament pain and vomiting. These symptoms can disappear or continue for the remainder of the pregnancy.
What to Expect states that many pregnant women during week 10 are still experiencing morning sickness that includes vomiting and nausea at any time of the day. Mood swings are commonly reported as side effects during week 10, but women can expect them to taper off during the second trimester. Pregnancy hormones contribute to high emotional sensitivity as the body prepares for fetal growth. Many of the symptoms during week 10 are linked to increased circulation and hormones. During this time, a woman's blood volume begins to increase up to forty percent more than before pregnancy. The visible veins along the face, stomach and legs are a clear sign that a pregnant woman's body is producing more blood to support the pregnancy. The prominence of the veins disappears after childbirth and breastfeeding stops.
WebMD states that women at 10 weeks pregnant do not show any signs of stomach growth during this time, but every pregnancy is different.