Of course that's why most people don't even know their pregnant until their about 4-6 weeks pregnant and that's only because they missed their period, I didn't know until I was 7 weeks. you wont "feel" pregnant until about the 3rd to 4rd month, when you start to get a little bigger. UNLESS you have bad morning sickness then you will feel it a lot sooner.AnswerI felt great until about ten weeks when I started to get morning sickness.
A normal pregnancy is 40 weeks
A normal pregnancy is usually 40 weeks long.
A normal pregnancy lasts 40 to 42 weeks.
no, see your doctor
two or three weeks
It is not normal to bleed during pregnancy.
physicians normally guage a pregnancy in terms of weeks, 40 weeks. What 40 weeks means is from the day of your LMP (last menstrual period). 40 weeks: 40weeks * 7days/week = 280days for a normal pregnancy
Yes, its normal not to have contractions yet. 37 weeks is considered "full term" but a full term pregnancy is 37-42 weeks.
It will feel completely normal. At 3 weeks past conception (which doctors call 5 weeks pregnant) your baby will be 1mm long. There will be no changes in your body that you can see or feel. In a couple of weeks, a trained doctor will be able to feel a change in your uterus, but you will probably not be able to feel it.
40 weeks, and from 37 to 42 weeks is accepted as being within normal medical limits.
Were you expecting a pot belly? At five weeks the baby is around 1mm long! There is nothing to get hard. You will not start to show until at least 10 weeks.
The normal length of pregnancy in human women is 40 weeks.or 9 mounts
It will take you three to four months for your belly to show the sign.
it is normal.
yes it's normal to have mild cramps during 12 weeks of pregnancy its called braxton hicks contraction.
The entire breast, including the nipples, can be sore at 6 weeks of pregnancy.
40 weeks is the general term for pregnancy though it can be anywhere from 37-42.
That isn't normal, it's impossible for a mother to vomit while the period of pregnancy.
Yes, very normal.