Bleeding or spotting, increased need to urinate, tender breasts, fatigue, nausea, and missed period are signs of pregnancy.
Week By Week Pregnancy
In the first few weeks of pregnancy, women will rarely even know they are pregnant. The first trimester often involves great fatigue and nausea. During weeks 16 through 22, pregnant women may start to feel the baby move. Learn why it is important to...
Our complete pregnancy guide gives you expert info and advice about your
growing baby and the changes in your body, by week and...
Week 1. You're actually not pregnant yet—the clock starts ticking from the first day
of your last period. So even though pregnancies are said to be 40 weeks long, ...
Here's what to expect at each week of your pregnancy. ... Let our pregnancy
week by week calendar guide you through the various stages of pregnancy right
Learn about your baby's week by week development during your pregnancy.
From ovulation to delivery, explore your little one's progress and what you should
From weeks 4 through 42, TheBump.com covers everything your want to know
about your pregnancy now, from symptoms to baby's size and development.
During the first two weeks of pregnancy, you are technically not pregnant yet.
During these weeks, you will menstruate, after which your body will prepare to ...
Read about how you & baby are changing, what to expect and things to consider
each week throughout your pregnancy from week 1 right through to week 40.
Pregnant? Congrats! Discover how your growing baby changes every week
during pregnancy with our week-by-week pregnancy guides right up to week 42.