Anything is possible but not as likely.
At six weeks pregnant the baby is around 10mm big. If you are showing it is probably a distention of your bowel, more than the baby pushing your belly out. I would say that you are not "showing" in the true sense, but it is possible that your belly is sticking out a bit. You are more likely to begin showing at around 10 weeks pregnant.
You say to your boyfriend, "Honey, I am six weeks pregnant."
The statement that you are six weeks pregnant means that you have been pregnant for six weeks, hence, you conceived six weeks ago. Bear in mind that these are estimates, they are not necessarily accurate down to the exact day. But they are reasonably good estimates.
At six weeks your uterus is approximately the size of a plum!
26 weeks would be six months. There are 52 weeks in the year and half of that is the equivalent of six months.
You must be really worried. This question is on here like 4 times. I know that you are probably stressed out beyoned all else. If you think that you are pregnant, make a doctor appointment and have them do a blood test to see. Good luck and God Bless:)
Anything is possible, but there's no way we would bet our future on it.
You can get pregnant as soon as two to four weeks after a D&C if you weren't pregnant. If you had a D&C to terminate a pregnancy, you can get pregnant in four to six weeks.
about six weeks after they got pregnant i believe
Forty weeks from the first day of your last period. So if you're six weeks, then you are due in 34.
We average four weeks to make a month. That would make you six and half months pregnant.
You can get pregnant four to six weeks after stopping the contraceptive implant.
I had a colposcopy in July, its now December 1, 2009 and I'm six weeks pregnant.
The chances are that you're pregnant!
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Yes it's normal
You have to take a ultrasound.
Yes. I have had mine for only six weeks and all but one of the females are pregnant. Thanks!
about six to eight weeks answered by wolf wolf
The patch has to be changed each week. You can change the patch weekly for six weeks, without a week off, if you like. If you do that, there's no additional risk of pregnancy. If you leave the same patch on for six weeks, you could get pregnant.
It means it is approximately four weeks since you conceived, but six weeks since the start of your last period. Pregnancies are dated from the latter date, so you wouldn't say you were four weeks pregnant.