Discomfort during pregnancy is very common. Many people experience nausea and vomiting (especially in the first trimester), headaches, hemorrhoids, backaches, heartburn, frequent urination, and round ligament pain. As the fetus grows, body aches and discomforts can increase as the space in the pregnant person’s body becomes more and more crowded. While most of these things are often accepted as minor inconveniences, discussing them with a care provider at prenatal visits is a good idea. Providers can help patients navigate these discomforts by offering suggestions and techniques that may help to alleviate many of the side effects of pregnancy.