Actually you are not less than 6 months, you are 7 months and two weeks. Month 7 consist of weeks 27-30. Because they are actually pregnant for 10 months not 9.
Two weeks after you have your period is typically the most likely time to become pregnant.
Either you are not pregnant or you are less than 5 weeks pregnant.
Less than 4 weeks.
Less than a month. About 3 weeks.
I am five weeks pregnant and have hot flashes several times a day, usually in the evening. They actually started last week, but were less frequent and less intense.
When they say that you are 9 weeks pregnant that is a guess. A scientific quess but none the less it is still an approximate guess. It cannot be pinned down to an exact day.
The first day of your pregnancy is the first day of your last menstrual period. At two weeks or so is when you conceive. So when your 4 weeks pregnant your embryo is actually 2 weeks or less old.
No. At two weeks pregnant, you are not even considered pregnant yet. The second week of pregnancy is actually the point at which the egg is fertilized by the sperm. If you mean two weeks after conception (Which is actually four weeks pregnant) then it is still no. At 4 weeks pregnant, it is just an embryo, it doesn't have any limbs for now, but that won't take long! It usually takes about 16 weeks to start feeling fetal movement for your first child. For those who have been pregnant before, may be able to detect the movement a couple of weeks earlier just because they know what to expect. At 4 weeks pregnant your embryo is 1/25 of an inch and weighs less than one gram! But by week 6 your baby will have limbs developing and will be about an 1/8 of an inch!! Check out this website for week-by-week pictures that are 3d and growth rates: www.3dpregnancy.com
If you are pregnant, then you are pregnant. It happens or it doesn't, but you won't know for 3 weeks until your next cycle when you can take a test.
Ultrasound predictions of how far along someone is get worse and worse the longer the person is pregnant. An ultrasound predicting 28 weeks pregnant could be 2 weeks off (either more or less); by the end of pregnancy, they can be as many as three weeks off. The best ultrasounds to get to predict due dates are those done in the first trimester (first three months). In this case, having an ultrasound predicting 28 weeks pregnant and a physician predicting 30 could be about the same thing. "Feeling" 30-32 weeks pregnant also isn't the best predictor either, as different physicians and nurses may estimate differently. Hope this helps! Dr. B.