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    7 First Trimester Warning Signs to Never Ignore
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    Andie_WebMD_Staff posted:
    Finding out that you are expecting is emotional and exciting, but it can also be nerve-racking. You may be worried about many things, from what type of mother you will be to the economics of raising a family, not to mention all the changes going on in your body.


    What's normal? What's not? When should you call the doctor and when should you take a deep breath?


    To help put your mind at ease, WebMD talked with experts about serious symptoms that may occur during the first trimester , what they may mean, and what you should do about them. Of course, if you're concerned about anything during your pregnancy -- even if it's not one of these symptoms -- contact your doctor.


    Read full article here...
    ~Andie
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