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1. Heartburn Heartburn  is caused by hormonal and physical changes that your body undergoes during pregnancy. 2. Constipation Most  pregnant women become constipated  due to the hormonal changes that make your digestion much slower, as your baby starts to grow; there will be less space for your digestive system to function at its best. 3. Morning Sickness Morning sickness  is one of the early pregnancy problems and is something that, ironically enough, can happen at any time of the day and for some unfortunate women, can carry on throughout the pregnancy. The symptoms include nausea and vomiting. 4. Bleeding Gums Bleeding gums  are caused by the same hormone that makes your mucus membrane swell up and makes your sinuses worse. 5. Insomnia With all bloating, leg cramps and constant need to pee, it’s no wonder that pregnant women have trouble sleeping. Around 8 out of 10 women experience insomnia during pregnancy. 6. Headache and Migraine Ho