Fetal Development: – By the end of the second trimester, the baby has developed many of its vital organs and systems. This includes the development of limbs, facial features, and internal organs. – The baby's sex can often be determined during the second trimester through ultrasound.

Fetal Movement: – Women typically start feeling fetal movements (often referred to as "quickening") during the second trimester. These movements become more pronounced as the weeks progress.

Physical Changes in the Mother: – Morning sickness and fatigue, which are common in the first trimester, often subside during the second trimester. – The mother's abdomen starts to noticeably expand, and she may begin to show a "baby bump."

Increased Energy: – Many women experience a boost in energy during the second trimester, as they start to feel better and have less nausea.

Increased Energy: – Many women experience a boost in energy during the second trimester, as they start to feel better and have less nausea.

Appetite Changes: – Appetite often improves, and some women may experience cravings for specific foods. – It's essential to maintain a balanced diet to support the baby's growth and development

Prenatal Care: – Regular prenatal checkups and screenings continue during the second trimester. – The second trimester is a common time for an anatomical ultrasound, which checks the baby's development and can identify any potential abnormalities.

Emotional Changes: – Many women feel a sense of emotional well-being during this trimester, although mood swings can still occur. – Bonding with the baby often becomes more natural as the pregnancy progresses.