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Two months have crossed and now you must have soaked in this great feeling of being pregnant. Your little one is also enjoying inside your womb and growing and developing every day. Now a thin membrane has formed between mother’s and baby’s blood within the placenta to help in exchange of nutrients. Also, ridges for tiny fingers and toes of your baby have developed now, and heart is beating at 160 beats per minute.
As your pregnancy will progress, there will be few changes in your body. These changes will cause some more symptoms while subsiding few previous symptoms. In the eighth week of pregnancy you may experience following symptoms:
Exercise and Physical Activity:
Continue your daily walk, exercise and other activities. During this week, you can try stationary cycling to improve leg muscle strength. But don’t over exert yourself by doing work that involves lifting, carrying or moving heavy loads.
Things to do this week