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5 Must-Have Products For Your First Trimester

The first trimester of pregnancy is hard! First there is the whole “am I really pregnant” thing, then likely morning sickness. Certainly there is the bone-dead tiredness that has you aching for a nap or two during the day.

The first trimester is also the time when you’re probably too small for maternity clothes but you are quickly growing out of your pre-pregnancy clothes. A time for lots of questions about the upcoming months and an important time for the healthy growth of your baby.

Click through to read my list of the 5 must-have products for getting through your first trimester

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  • Belly Belt 1 of 5
    Belly Belt
    Since you are too small for maternity clothes but just too big for your regular clothes - this product will allow you to get more wear out of your wardrobe.
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  • Prenatal Vitamins 2 of 5
    Prenatal Vitamins
    Taking vitamins is not only good for your pregnancy - it's a good idea to start them before you are pregnant. The folic acid is especially important during your first trimester.
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  • Maternity/Nursing Bra 3 of 5
    Maternity/Nursing Bra
    First trimester brings a lot of changes to your breasts. They get sore, they get bigger and it's important to find a soft, good supporting and comfortable bra.
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  • The Mother of All Pregnancy Books 4 of 5
    The Mother of All Pregnancy Books
    Reading up on what to expect during your pregnancy is important. Understanding your symptoms, letting go of some fears and learning about childbirth early on will help set you up for a less stressful pregnancy.
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  • Peppermint Tea 5 of 5
    Peppermint Tea
    This product is amazing for two reasons. The first one being peppermint is amazing for calming the nausea of morning sickness (ha-all day sickness) and the second being a warm cup of tea with a soothing smell does wonders for reliving stress.
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