What are the early symptoms of pregnancy (3rd week)

After the silent process of the first and second weeks, the pregnant mother has now reached the third week of early pregnancy symptoms. What are the early symptoms of pregnancy for the expectant mother during this week? What is the development status of the fetus? This series of question marks is the theme that Doudehui will share with you today. If you haven’t read the articles related to early pregnancy that I wrote before, you can click to learn more about: What are the symptoms of early pregnancy? What are the symptoms of early pregnancy? The development status of the fetus in the third week: The development of the fetus this week is actually not There is no beginning, what needs to be completed is the process of sperm and egg combining to form a fertilized egg. It divides at multiple speeds of 2, 4, and 8. By the time it reaches the uterus, the fertilized egg has divided into 16 cells. When the sixth division occurs, the number of cells reaches 64. Afterwards, the fertilized egg begins to grow in size. The fertilized egg slowly enters the uterus from the fallopian tube, and cell division occurs at the same time. The fertilized eggs that arrive in the uterus 4 to 5 days after fertilization do not immediately attach to the uterine wall. Instead, they move freely in the uterus for about 3 days to fully prepare for implantation and growth. While the fertilized egg is preparing in the uterus, the uterine wall becomes very soft and thick in order to welcome the arrival of the fertilized egg. Early pregnancy symptoms: Mother\’s physical changes in the third week: During this week, the pregnant mother is truly pregnant, and the fertilized egg has entered the uterus and begun to develop. If a pregnant mother usually develops a basal body temperature chart, the date of transition from the low temperature period to the high temperature period in the basal body temperature chart is the ovulation period. If there is no pregnancy after ovulation, the high temperature period lasts for about 2 weeks and then turns to the low temperature period, when menstruation begins. However, if conception occurs, the high temperature period will last around 14 weeks. At this time, although the pregnant mother has not had her period, she feels as if she has a cold and feels weak all over and continues to have a low fever. About 15% of women will experience slight pain in the lower abdomen when ovulating, and vaginal discharge will also increase. When the fertilized egg attaches to the uterine wall, some women will also experience vaginal bleeding symptoms. These are normal conditions, so don’t be too nervous.

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