How to tell if you’re pregnant early

“I’m so happy to be pregnant.

It’s a beautiful thing.

I’m so excited, it’s the most amazing thing that I’ve ever seen.

I feel like I’m gonna have the baby.

I just wanna have the child.

And it’s gonna be beautiful.

I can’t wait.”

More than 1,500 women and girls were born in the U.S. in March, a record-breaking month that marks the beginning of the first trimester of pregnancy.

While most of the babies are born at home, there are some rare cases in which babies are delivered at hospitals.

The National Institutes of Health estimates that about 1 in 5 babies delivered at a hospital are not born healthy.

According to the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, the risk of complications in late pregnancy is about 30 percent.

In a study released earlier this year, researchers at Columbia University found that mothers with preterm births are more likely to have other complications during pregnancy, including: