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Pregnant Martha Kalifatidis shows off her growing baby bump as she’s almost in her third trimester

Martha Kalifatidis showed off her growing baby bump and gave a pregnancy update in a video shared to her Instagram on Thursday.

The 34-year-old Married At First Sight star was beaming as she revealed she’s about to hit her third trimester.

“I’m going to be in my third trimester next week,” she said with a smile.

Martha Kalifatidis, 34, showed off her growing baby bump and gave a pregnancy update in a video shared to her Instagram on Thursday.

Martha Kalifatidis, 34, showed off her growing baby bump and gave a pregnancy update in a video shared to her Instagram on Thursday.

“Which is exciting and scary because I’m really growing a lot more and I can feel the stretch.”

Martha, who is 28 weeks pregnant, later promoted an oil product she has been using as her belly continues to grow.

The beauty influencer said she swears by the product and rubs oil on her belly twice a day.

Martha, who is 28 weeks pregnant, later promoted an oil product she has been using as her belly continues to grow.

Martha, who is 28 weeks pregnant, later promoted an oil product she has been using as her belly continues to grow.

The beauty influencer said she swears by the product and rubs oil on her belly twice a day.

The beauty influencer said she swears by the product and rubs oil on her belly twice a day.

Martha, who is 28 weeks pregnant, later promoted an oil product she has been using as her belly continues to grow.

It comes after Martha revealed that she doesn’t have sex during her pregnancy.

Marta explained in The Kyle and Jackie O Show on KIIS FM on Monday how she currently stands at her mother’s home in Melbourne after suffering from severe hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes persistent and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

“So you and Michael are having sex in your mother’s bed?” asked host Kyle Sandilands.

The Married At First Sight star was shining bright as she revealed that she is about to hit her third trimester.

The Married At First Sight star was shining bright as she revealed that she is about to hit her third trimester.

The Married At First Sight star was shining bright as she revealed that she is about to hit her third trimester.

Martha quickly tried to shut down the line of questioning by asking Kyle how often he had sex with his fiancée Tegan Kynaston while she was pregnant with their son Otto. She admitted “once or twice.”

‘We haven’t had our moment of once or twice yet, but who knows if it’s [Michael’s] birthday [soon],’ she said.

Martha and her fiancé Michael Brunelli are expecting their first child together, but it hasn’t been an easy road for the couple during the pregnancy.

It comes after Martha revealed that she did not have sex with her fiancé Michael Brunelli during her pregnancy.

It comes after Martha revealed that she did not have sex with her fiancé Michael Brunelli during her pregnancy.

It comes after Martha revealed that she did not have sex with her fiancé Michael Brunelli during her pregnancy.

'We haven't had our moment of once or twice yet, but who knows if it's [Michael's] birthday [soon],' she said

'We haven't had our moment of once or twice yet, but who knows if it's [Michael's] birthday [soon],' she said

‘We haven’t had our moment of once or twice yet, but who knows if it’s [Michael’s] birthday [soon],’ she said

Michael recently revealed how Martha’s morning sickness “almost destroyed” their relationship.

in one piece for Body and soulthe 31-year-old personal trainer shared that caring for Martha has led him to abandon healthy habits, lose muscle and gain weight.

“Not to say we’re not forever grateful that we were able to get pregnant, but this experience has nearly destroyed us, individually,” he wrote before explaining that Martha’s health deteriorated rapidly after becoming pregnant earlier this year.

Martha and her fiancé Michael Brunelli are expecting their first child together, but it hasn't been an easy pregnancy journey for the couple.

Martha and her fiancé Michael Brunelli are expecting their first child together, but it hasn't been an easy pregnancy journey for the couple.

Martha and her fiancé Michael Brunelli are expecting their first child together, but it hasn’t been an easy pregnancy journey for the couple.

Martha suffered from severe hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes persistent and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

Martha suffered from severe hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes persistent and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

Martha suffered from severe hyperemesis gravidarum, a condition that causes persistent and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

Michael explained that at first he thought his symptoms were normal, but as the weeks went by his discomfort became ‘extreme’.

“He was vomiting, refusing to eat, couldn’t tolerate drinking water, nauseated 24 hours a day and couldn’t get out of bed,” he added.

Michael stopped working as a personal trainer to care for his future wife, but he also saw his physical and mental health decline.

“I stopped exercising, I lost care of what I was eating, I was stuck in my own head and not present. He had zero motivation, zero willpower, zero self-care, and zero energy. I lost a lot of muscle, gained weight, slept badly, and my overall health got worse,” she added.

Fortunately, Martha’s illness subsided at 22 weeks and she is now able to return to her daily activities and Michael is back at work.

Martha will give birth to her first child in February

Martha will give birth to her first child in February

Martha will give birth to her first child in February

What is hyperemesis gravidarum?

Hyperemesis gravidarum (HG) is a condition that causes persistent and excessive vomiting during pregnancy.

People with it can get sick many times every day and be unable to keep down food or water, affecting their daily lives.

It is unlikely to harm the baby, but if it causes a woman to lose weight during pregnancy, there is an increased risk of her baby having a low birth weight.

It’s different from nausea during pregnancy, often called morning sickness, which is normal and affects eight out of 10 pregnant women. For most, this stops or improves around 16 to 20 weeks.

In the meantime, the HG may not improve at this point and may last until the baby is born.

Symptoms of HG include severe and prolonged nausea and vomiting, dehydration, weight loss, and low blood pressure.

Being dehydrated increases the risk of having a blood clot (deep vein thrombosis), but this is rare.

It’s not clear what causes the condition or why some women get it and others don’t.

Some experts believe that it may be related to hormonal changes in the body that occur during pregnancy.

And there is some evidence that it runs in families, and women who had it during their first pregnancy are more likely to have it in subsequent pregnancies.

Women with HG may receive medications to improve their symptoms, such as anti-disease medications, vitamins B6 and B12, and steroids.

Some women need to be hospitalized if nausea cannot be controlled with medication at home.

They may need to give fluids and anti-nausea medications through an IV.

Font: National Health Service