Expect random (but totally normal) symptoms like nosebleeds!
Don't be surprised if you and your partner are feeling a little stressed out these days. Many pregnant couples worry about their baby's health and how they'll handle the changes ahead. But with physical discomforts on the wane and energy on the rise, this is also a wonderful trimester for most women.
Your baby is now the size of a...
Fist. Your baby is now growing hair on her head and even her little eyebrows are growing.
Her eyes and ears are almost in their final position and her legs are growing longer. Although her skin is still very thin it is continually developing and will be wonderfully soft when she is born. She can now wiggle her tiny little fingers and toes and is also practising breathing by passing amniotic fluid through her respiratory system. By doing this she is also helping to develop her lungs.
Pregnancy symptoms at 15 weeks
You've probably gained about 5 pounds by now, give or take, and are well into the swing of your pregnancy, but may have random symptoms, blocked nose or nosebleeds are common, or still occasional morning sickness. Don't be surprised if you and your partner are feeling a little stressed out these days.
Tips and advice for pregnancy at 15 weeks
It's normal to feel as if you're on an emotional roller coaster (you have your hormones to thank). Another thing you may be feeling? Scatterbrained.
Even the most organised women report that pregnancy somehow makes them forgetful, clumsy, and unable to concentrate. Try to keep the stress in your life to a minimum and take your "mental lapses" in stride — they're only temporary.