It is becoming increasingly difficult to get comfortable with your growing belly.
Your sleep is regularly interrupted and you have a constant need to pee. Some believe this is a normal and important process in the preparation of life with a baby. Infants tend to wake up at night hungry for food, so it is perhaps the body's way of getting used to waking up at night and coping with the new life that comes with the arrival of a child.
By the end of the third trimester, early pregnancy symptoms may return. Some women feel nauseous and get very tired. Others experience new problems, such as symphysis pubis dysfunction, which may resurface towards the end of the pregnancy cycle for some expectant mothers. Take things easy and try to relax when it feels heavy. Listen to your body and rest a lot!