Pregnancy Journals – 4 weeks – day 3 – I’m Pregnant/Progesterone



Pregnancy Journals – 4 weeks – day 3 – I’m Pregnant/Progesterone

I am positively pregnant! This is my third child. As a pregnant woman, I am one that has always had intense cramping for the entirety of my pregnancies. Although, I thought I was pregnant, I tried to dismiss the idea. I told myself I was probably wrong and that the pains were merely impending period cramps.

I am also suffering from extreme exhaustion. I am a working full-time, a stay-at-home mom in the middle of a move. I can’t rest, but I have never wanted to take a nap so much in my life. Must be the progesterone?

What is progesterone?

“Progesterone (a hormone) that plays a role in maintaining pregnancy. The hormone is produced in the ovaries, the placenta (when a woman gets pregnant) and the adrenal glands. It (also) helps prepare your body for conception and pregnancy and regulates the monthly menstrual cycle.” (1)

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(1) Goldstein, Steven R., MD. “Progesterone | Progestin | HealthyWomen.” Progesterone | Progestin | HealthyWomen. Http://, n.d. Web. 26 Mar. 2016. <>.

Why Read Pregnancy Journals?

If you are pregnant, trying to conceive, or just curious about pregnancy, follow my pregnancy journey by reading my Pregnancy Journals. This day-by-day diary expresses my pains, feelings and all the embarrassing moments I am going through as pregnant woman. Yes, there are companies that also provide a day-by-day or week-by-week list of pregnancy info or scientific analysis, which is wonderful, but not sufficient for most. As women, we want to know we are not alone and my pregnancy journals will give you that and more. I am a person that is going through the same adventure you are and have before. The truth is, those other companies are providing you with the same information your doctor or midwife will convey to you during your appointments or calls. During my first pregnancy, my male doctor had no insight regarding real ways to handle certain issues. Example of a topic: Lochia. Yes, your doctor or midwife can tell you technically what is happening, but they don’t give you the best/easiest way to deal with it. How long have women been giving birth and even hospitals haven’t been able to figure it out. I did, here is my article: Don’t be ashamed buy some depends. If you are in need of information from a Mom’s perspective, submit questions through my Ask section. I am excited to share my experiences with you!


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