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5 Must-Have Products For Your Second Trimester

The second trimester of pregnancy marks where most of the annoying first trimester symptoms like fatigue and morning sickness end.  It is also the point in pregnancy where you will notice your baby and yourself grow substantially.

With that growth can bring some new challenges as you modify your sleep and clothing with the growing baby and try to learn all you can about the upcoming labor and birth.

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

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  • Ina May’s Guide to Childbirth 1 of 5
    Ina May's Guide to Childbirth
    Yes you are only in your 2nd trimester but the sooner you begin to learn about birth and educate yourself further - the better chance you have of getting the birth you want.
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  • A Water Bottle 2 of 5
    A Water Bottle
    Dehydration is very dangerous in pregnancy and can sneak up on you before you know it in your second trimester. Keeping a water bottle with you at all times can help remind you to drink your water.
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  • Good Maternity Jeans 3 of 5
    Good Maternity Jeans
    Jeans are a staple in most wardrobes and pregnancy doesn't have to be any different. Finding a pair that grow with you is the best bet.
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  • Body Pillow 4 of 5
    Body Pillow
    Do you like sleep? If yes then you need to get your pregnant-self a body pillow. This product will allow you to sleep relatively comfortably.
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  • Moisturizer for Itchy, Growing Belly 5 of 5
    Moisturizer for Itchy, Growing Belly
    As your belly grows and your skin stretches it can get itchy and uncomfortable. Using an all natural spray or lotion can help relieve the itch as you expand.
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related: 5 Must-Have Products for Your First Trimester

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What happens next? Check out Babble’s Week by Week Pregnancy Guide!

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