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Each week of pregnancy brings something new — for you, for your baby, and for your partner! Find out what to expect over the 40 weeks of pregnancy with our week-by-week guides.
Did you know that your pregnancy officially begins on the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP)? Learn what's happening in these very early stages of the first week of pregnancy with you and your growing baby.
About 14 days before the beginning of your next menstrual period, POP!
It's happened! Time to focus on yourself and your new growing baby.
Implantation occurs around the time when you'd be expecting your period, typically the 4th week of pregnancy.
If you think you’re pregnant, it's time to ask your healthcare provider for a pregnancy test to confirm it.
Congratulations! You're 6 weeks pregnant! Learn more about those early pregnancy symptoms on Babble.
Feeling especially fatigued? Now that you're 7 weeks pregnant, make sure that you're eating well to help you get through the day.
Even though you’re 8 weeks pregnant, and you may not even be showing yet, you are probably dealing with some early pregnancy symptoms.
Watch out, here they come! At 9 weeks pregnant, hormones are raging through your body, creating a lot of changes.
All those changes your body is going through when you’re 10 weeks pregnant may be causing you to feel a little out of sorts.
It's pregnancy, week 11—have you started practicing Kegels yet? If not, now's a great time to get going.
Wondering how to tell your boss you're expecting? Here's important information to help you make the right decision, plus, everything you need to know about pregnancy week 12.
At 13 weeks pregnant, you’re almost in your second trimester, which means—for most women—the high-risk period is coming to an end.
If you haven’t popped yet, don't worry! That belly will show soon, especially now that you’re 14 weeks pregnant.
Clothes beginning to feel a little tight? Feeling less than graceful and a little fuzzy-headed? These are all normal symptoms of pregnancy.
There’s no better time to plan a trip than at around 16 weeks pregnant.
At 17 weeks pregnant, chances are you've begun to show and have even put on some pregnancy weight.
Wondering what's going on with all the prenatal tests your healthcare provider is ordering? Find answers here.
When you’re 19 weeks pregnant, your belly is getting rounder by the day.
Boy or girl? Right around your 20th week of pregnancy, an ultrasound can answer that big question for you.
You don't have to wait until your baby arrives to begin bonding.
At 22 weeks pregnant, chances are that your lingering morning sickness is beginning to subside.
At 23 weeks, your baby is far enough along to have a chance at survival outside the womb.
At 24 weeks pregnant, it is important for both you and baby to keep busy and healthy.
With all that’s going on with your baby-to-be in pregnancy week 25, don't forget to stop and take a few moments to relax--alone and with your partner.
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