2 weeks pregnant

How pregnancy happens – the science
How pregnancy happens – the science (13 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

We all know that babies don’t really come from the cabbage patch or a stork’s beak, but how much do you really know about getting pregnant? Yes, you have to have sex and it’s something to do with egg and ... Read More »

2 weeks pregnant: Misconceptions about conception
2 weeks pregnant: Misconceptions about conception (3 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

Does female orgasm help with conception? Some scientists have hypothesised that a woman increases her chance of conception if she orgasms, because the cervical contractions which accompany orgasm help suck the sperm into her womb and closer to the egg ... Read More »

2 weeks pregnant: How to get pregnant and preconception health information
2 weeks pregnant: How to get pregnant and preconception health information (2 votes, average: 3.00 out of 5)

Doctor appointments and tests If you are planning to fall pregnant and have not yet been to preconception care visits with your doctor, get down to your local health centre today. It’s important to be checked for health conditions, nutritional ... Read More »

2 weeks pregnant: Changes for mum and baby
2 weeks pregnant: Changes for mum and baby (2 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

Changes for mum Luteinising hormone and other hormonal changes Your body has already begun producing luteinising hormone, which is responsible for the final maturation of a single egg, housed in the single ovarian follicle which has become dominant. The dominant ... Read More »

2 weeks pregnant: Key points
2 weeks pregnant: Key points (2 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

Changes for mum Week 2 of pregnancy ends with ovulation, that is the release of an egg from your ovaries for fertilisation, which usually occurs on the first day of week 3 of pregnancy. In the lead up to ovulation ... Read More »

2 weeks pregnant
2 weeks pregnant (4 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

The second week of pregnancy also occurs before you conceive. It is usually around the second week (day 10-14 following the beginning of your last menstrual bleeding) that ovulation occurs. Conception, the process through which your egg and your partner’s ... Read More »

 
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