10 Weeks Pregnant: What To Expect – Channel Mum

10 Weeks Pregnant: What To Expect -  Channel Mum



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Congratulations! You’re now 10 weeks pregnant – that means double figures. It’s not long until you’ve completed the first trimester which is often considered the hardest. In this official video, watch Charlotte discuss what it feels like to be 10 weeks pregnant, hear about how your baby is growing in the womb and hear from other real life mums talking about their pregnancy symptoms at 10 weeks into their pregnancies. How are you feeling at 10 weeks pregnant? Let us know in the comments below.
Find out more about being 10 weeks pregnant and watch other vlogs from pregnant mums here: and read up on the symptoms you might expect to get here:

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Taking part in this video is:
Charlotte Taylor:
Emily Norris:
Katie Ellison:
Lauren Hampshire
Sarah – This mama life:
Nicola Johnston:

This video and all videos in this series have been viewed and approved by a qualified midwife in April 2017. Always consult your midwife or GP if you have any concerns.
Production music by www.epidemicsound.com

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34 thoughts on “10 Weeks Pregnant: What To Expect – Channel Mum

  1. I know pregnancy can be difficult for some. But I’ve waited so long for this along with a round of IVF. So for me there’s no bad or ugly. It’s just good, every single day.

  2. I'm 10 weeks today still puking and nauseous. The newest one is under my butt cheeks and hips hurts like ive been doing squats. Leaking and cracked nipples. My extreme tiredness and hunger has let up.

  3. so far ive been sneezing alot and have a stuffy nose all the time. i havent been that tired.. actually have bursts of energy. i do wake up every 2 hours during the night. vivid but bad dreams.🤷🏽‍♀️

  4. Headaches, insomnia, exhaustion, nausea 24/7, vomiting 2-3 meals a day, no interest in food, sore boobs, cramps, emotional, bloated, can't stop peeing, super thirst, craving ice lollies… so far it sucks lol

  5. I'm almost ten weeks.just super tired.i had a ovarian cyst rupture this week,but they baby is fine,thank God.the healing from the rupture is worse than any pregnancy symptoms I have experienced.i have been having an easy rainbow pregnancy,thank You Jesus.

  6. My symptoms keep coming and going and I'm starting to worry somethings wrong no bleeding and heartbeat was seen 8.3days but I'm still scared is this normal?

  7. Newest symptom, extreme sinus pressure and all-day headaches. Sooo tired all the time, but finding sleep uncomfortable and I'm waking up constantly. Having the strangest dreams too! Queasy, but not sick. I am HUGE, have been since immediately after finding out. I can't squat, bend over, sneeze, gag, or blow my nose without twinges. Food aversions are gone, but I am still not eating like myself. I'm loving bread, unhealthy white bread too. I'm basically on a cheeseless pizza diet. I have my third scan tomorrow, pretty excited to see if the baby is swimming around.

  8. 10 weeks! Feeling great just very tired. No nausea, that was bad at six weeks. Still can't think about eating chicken. I crave strawberry whole milk and egg sandwiches. My first baby!

  9. I’m 10 weeks and my nausea is semi subsiding. I have noticed if o turn to fast I get a sharp pain so I’ve become more careful about rotating in bed lol. I’m actually starting to show now and I still feel exhausted even if I go to bed super early.

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