Jun 23

Pregnancy: Week 6

Pregnancy: Week 6

Now you may start to really feel pregnant with a lot of symptoms. Many feel bloated in their stomachs, with a feeling that the period is coming. The breasts feel tender and slightly larger. Nausea may have increased, and many experience vomiting/puking. The sense of smell is enhanced and the taste may have changed.

Jun 13

Pregnancy: Week 5

Pregnancy: Week 5

This week the heart starts to beat, isn't that amazing? At the end of this week, you can probably see a beating heart on the ultrasound. The embryo is around 1-3 mm long from head to tail.

Jun 13

Pregnancy: Week 4

Pregnancy: Week 4

If you got pregnant you already now maybe know it from a positive test. If the test was positive, congratulation! In this week the embryo is one week old, the plum sack and the placenta starts developing. The baby is still a flat plate consisting of two cell layers. One cell is going to become the placenta and the other one is digging further into the uterine lining and becoming your baby.

Jun 13

Pregnancy: Week 3

Pregnancy: Week 3

Did the sperm get inside the egg this time? Week 3 is the week when you start to hunt the symptoms. At the beginning of this week, ovulation takes place and the child is conceived. The conception itself takes about one day. Of the approximately 300 million sperm the future father delivers, only about 250 of them sprout. And only one of these can fertilize it.

Jun 13

Pregnancy: Week 2

Pregnancy: Week 2

Your ovulation is here in a few days and can make your pregnant. To get pregnant is not always easy, some people get pregnant the first time, but it is normal that it can takes some time. If you are planning a pregnancy, or if this is not the first time you tried, you may feel excitement or you can be stressful.

Jun 13

Pregnancy: Week 1

Pregnancy: Week 1

At week 1 you are not yet pregnant. This is your first bleeding day in the last period, your body is getting ready to maybe get pregnant this month. We are starting to count the week from this day, because it is very hard to predict when the egg gets fertilized, something that you can get a closer answer to at the ultrasound in week 18.