ovulation of 1st Week of Pregnancy

Pregnancy Week by Week – The 1st Week Pregnant

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Timing is one of the most important factors when it comes to making a baby!

Most women don’t realize their high chance of getting pregnant just before their period cycle. It is even possible to get pregnant just 4 days right before your period! There are only a few days each month that ovulation is at its highest point and the opportunity of getting pregnant is highly expected!

According to the American Pregnancy Association, the time between ovulation and your next period is properly fixed at 12 to 16 days. Pregnancy happens when an egg leaves the ovary and travels into the fallopian tubes and gets fertilized by a winning sperm!

It is highly unlikely to notice that you are even pregnant at this early time, but if you are having some of the following symptoms then, you’re most likely pregnant!


What are the first signs of pregnancy?

  • Breast tenderness

 You may notice that your breast is way too tender as early as week one.

Why? Because you are making much estrogen in early pregnancy that your breasts are starting to get a little bigger!

  • Feeling tired

Most women feel fatigue and very tired of the minimum effort!

Why? Because your body is doing extra work, it is literally working non-stop, to support your pregnancy and feeling tired is absolutely normal!

  • Nausea

It is absolutely common for pregnant women!

Why? Because there is big belief that it is a protective reflex of your body to protect your fetus.

  • Mood Swings

This is another common and normal symptom among pregnant women.

Why? Because of the flux in your hormones that totally controls your feelings causing your mood swings.

  • Dazzling

Why? Because Progesterone makes your body becomes hotter causing your blood vessels to dilate and lowering your blood pressure.

  • Cramps and Backache

Most of the pregnant women suffer both cramps and backache

Why? It happens because of some hormonal change in addition to the growth of the uterus.

  • Headache

Some women suffer bad headaches at an earlier pregnant stage.

Why? Because of the increased Progesterone levels plus lack of hydration


So, what’s the 1 pregnancy symptom week? What’s happening in your body at 1 week pregnant?


Believe or not! At this early stage of pregnancy, only one-week pregnancy, you are considered to be actually one month pregnant!

At this very stage of your journey, your precious baby is developing and growing faster than any other stage of your journey!

Remember, this week is very important and you have to take care of yourself and I highly recommend you to check the following list:

1st Week of Pregnancy Checklist


  • Include healthy food in your daily routine
  • Stop some habits like, smoking, drinking and avoid caffeine.
  • Take vitamins every day!
  • Folic acid is extremely important for developing your baby!


In a nutshell, pregnancy is a unique journey. Enjoy every single day of your pregnancy because meeting your little baby definitely worth it! Enjoy and be grateful always!


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Post Author: Pregnancy House

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