3 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 »

3 weeks pregnant: Key points
3 weeks pregnant: Key points (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

Changes for mum Fertilisation, should it occur, usually does so on the first day of week 3 of pregnancy, 15 days after your last menstrual bleeding began and 24 hours after ovulation, which typically occurs on the last day of ... Read More »

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

While you don’t know you’re pregnant and your body appears the same to the naked eye, there are enormous changes occurring inside you. Your ovaries have just released a mature oocyte (egg) for fertilisation in the fallopian tube (usually day ... Read More »

3 weeks pregnant: Pregnancy health information
3 weeks pregnant: Pregnancy health information (1 votes, average: 5.00 out of 5)

Doctor’s appointments and tests Infections such as sexually transmitted infections can interfere with the processes through which the group of cells which will grow into your baby, the blastocyst, implants itself into the wall of your uterus. It’s important to ... Read More »

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

The single 46 chromosome cell from which your baby grows is at this stage known as a zygote. It forms when the sperm and egg fuse and will go on to produce more than 2 trillion new baby cells by ... Read More »

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

The start of the third week since the beginning of your last menstrual cycle (15-21 days) is the first week of your baby’s growth. If you have an average-length (28 day) menstrual cycle, your egg and your partner’s sperm will ... Read More »

 
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