During pregnancy, your body goes through many changes. Some common symptoms of early pregnancy include a missed period, breast tenderness, frequent urination, nausea, and mood swings (1).
Most pregnancy tests have a varying degree of reliability. However, to diagnose and confirm if you are pregnant, a visit to an appropriate healthcare provider will be necessary. They may request an ultrasound exam to confirm the status of your pregnancy. This information is important whether you are considering an abortion or continuing with your pregnancy (2).
Internal organs are functioning. The body is nearly complete. Fingernails and toenails start to form Changes after this week are primarily changes in size, rather than appearance. The embryo is now called a fetus, or “young one” in Latin
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