In the first week of your pregnancy, there’s no baby-yet! But a growing foetus will be there very soon.
Because it is generally impossible to know the exact moment of conception, most doctors count 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual period (LMP) to calculate your due date. According to this method, they date the beginning of “pregnancy” from about two weeks before the sperm penetrates the egg — which is where you are right now.
Are you experiencing any of these pregnancy symptoms? Skip to 4 weeks or 6 weeks. You may be more than 1 week pregnant.