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sustains the endometrium, so it can receive a fertilized egg if pregnancy
occurs. If there's no pregnancy, then the body stops producing both hormones, and menstruation
You may have to urinate more often because of increased hormonal
changes, also your enlarging uterus presses against your bladder.
Your breasts will probably swell and be tender. They may tingle, throb or hurt. Your nipples and the area around them (areola
) may feel more sensation and may become darker and broader. Your milk glands begin to develop. Because of an increased blood supply to your breasts, veins will become more prominent.