A woman is not able to feel her baby move while in the first trimester according to the Office on Women's Health. Although this is a time of extreme growth for the fetus, the baby is too small for the mother to feel any ... More »

Although sciatica most commonly occurs during the third trimester, some women do develop it much earlier in their pregnancy, notes What to Expect. Early sciatic pain may be more common in women who have had a previous pr... More »

According to WebMD, the average woman should gain between 2 to 4 pounds during her first trimester of pregnancy. After the first three months of pregnancy, the woman should expect to gain approximately 1 pound per week u... More »

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Women who suffer from polycystic ovarian syndrome can become pregnant, although they may require fertility medications or surgery to do so, states the Office on Women's Health. These methods attempt to correct the lack o... More »

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According to WebMD, the average woman should gain between 2 to 4 pounds during her first trimester of pregnancy. After the first three months of pregnancy, the woman should expect to gain approximately 1 pound per week u... More »

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A woman who is experiencing her second or third pregnancy can feel the baby move at 13 weeks, according to WebMD. Women pregnant for the first time do not generally feel the baby's movements until at least 16 weeks. It i... More »

A woman's period can arrive late because of excessive stress, hormonal imbalances, severely decreased body fat or the use of birth control, according to Zahra Barnes for Women's Health. Premature ovarian failure, polycys... More »