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- April 2014
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There are lots of low-tech ways to help you conceive.
1 week from LMP
If you have not already, you should find a clinic, ob/gyn, birthing center, or midwife that you are comfortable with. Choosing the way to give birth and be taken care of during your pregnancy is a personal choice and shouldn't be made for you.
Family doctors are another choice. They take care of the entire family before, during, and long after the birth.
18In three to four days, the ovaries will open, releasing an egg; ovulation kits show positive 12-40 hours before ovulation.
Would you like to learn more about IVF/Assisted Reproductive Technologies?
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A fun night begins the new journey to parenthood!
2 weeks from LMP
Cells are dividing...
Egg falls into the uterus and gets ready to implant itself.
Egg implants and sheds its outer wall. Read more on implantation and why the egg sticks to the uterus.
You've grown a blastocyst
Stop smoking, or at least cut down if you can't -- but you should quit all together. This is easier if dad quits smoking, too.
Preggo Factoid: The saline content of amniotic fluid is the same as the oceans.
3 weeks from LMP (1 wk gestation)
Blood pregnancy test may show positive at this point.
Early pregnancy symptoms include sore breasts, cramping, mild nausea, fatigue, increased irritability, or sometimes you might not feel anything at all.