Pregnancy Week 26: Signs And Symptoms
Around this time, your blood pressure might increase, although it's probably still lower than what it was before your pregnancy. Blood pressure tends to lower further at about 22 to 24 weeks.
At this point be vary of Preeclampsia – a serious condition characterized by high blood pressure.
Your uterus is now growing and putting pressure on your back, so be extra cautious about your posture. You might also slowly develop aching calves and pain in the soles of your feet.