In the second week of pregnancy, there are problems like fatigue, vomiting. Swelling and cramps also occur in the hands and feet. Most women have no idea that this is happening because of pregnancy.
In the second week of pregnancy, there are changes in the body of the woman but it is not internal but external. During the second week, it is not known whether the woman is pregnant or not. Here are some symptoms that can be known whether you are pregnant or not:
Symptoms of the Second week of pregnancy
- In the second week, fetal life starts in the womb of the woman.
- Cramping starts in the stomach and arms and legs of the pregnant.
- Tiredness is felt all the time.
- Increasing the size of the baby increases the pressure on the urine sac. This creates a desire to urinate frequently.
- Swelling and fever in the arms and legs is also a major symptom of getting pregnant.
Changes in the body
It is early days of pregnancy, you will feel heaviness and pain in your breast. Digestion will be weak due to which gas will be formed. Your body temperature will be slightly higher. The ability to smell things will increase.
In the first week of pregnancy, fertilized egg split. This circle of cells is called blastocyte in the language of science. Your child is still just a ball of cells.
No ultrasound images of survivors are detected in the first initial weeks.
To avoid constipation, you should drink sufficient amount of water, include green vegetables, fruits, whole grains and pulses in your diet to provide adequate nutrition. Do eat fruits with vitamin C. Doing this will benefit morning sickness.
Tip For Second week of pregnancy
Follow a healthy lifestyle, stay away from intoxication etc. Take the folic acid supplement given by the doctor regularly. Stay away from stress Do a light workout but avoid jumping. Do not travel anywhere now.
This week is like a miracle – because you know that you are pregnant. If you ovulate and the egg meets the sperm, amazing things happen fast. A gestation egg takes only four days to divide into 58 small cells. By the end of the week, this ball, called the blastocyst, will reach the uterus, where it will begin implantation. In a few weeks you will know whether you have conceived or not.
Baby’s development in second week of pregnancy
Just before the embryo occurs, your baby is a blastocyst (a blastula or cluster of cells) that is growing very rapidly. A part of the blastocyst is the placenta, which is soon revealed by pregnancy tests. Now, amniotic fluids will gather around the cells and protect and protect the baby during pregnancy. The placenta produces pregnancy hormones, called hCG (human chorionic gonadotropin), which instruct you not to lay any more eggs while triggering your ovaries. Estrogen and progesterone hormones form a shield near your uterus and increase the growth of the placenta. At this time, fetal development, such as the development of the heart, spinal cord, brain, and gastrointestinal tract, occurs.
At this stage, your child’s gender is defined, which you do not know until birth. The fertilized egg has a total of 46 chromosomes, 23 of which are from the mother and 23 from your father. While the mother’s chromosomes are called x, the father’s chromosomes can be x or y chromosomes.
Right now, the size of your child has not been properly determined, because until now it is only a group of cells, not really a child. This is in reality the normal stitch pin head size and is about .048 mm or about .009 inch long.
Changes in you
Suddenly you can feel some more fragrance. This is due to the estrogen hormone, which increases every little fragrance by leaps and bounds, good, bad or smelly. Try to live in a clean and hygienic house and use clean toilet, wearing clean clothes. In addition, weight loss can begin due to vomiting, nausea and loss of appetite, all due to hormonal changes. Some women may feel tired due to increased levels of progesterone in their body.
Nutrition for you
Protein intake: Protein helps in increasing the new tissue (tissue) of the baby. You can start eating chicken, gram flour or soyabean, vegetables.
If you are a vegetarian: You should take extra vitamin D and B12 supplements altogether.
For absorption of iron in your body, add foods rich in vitamin C to your daily diet. This will help support your increased blood volume.
Things to avoid
Avoid smoking, illegal intoxication, some drugs, alcohol and caffeine altogether in this phase. This is because remember, whatever you are eating, good or bad, your child is also eating.
Smoothies, leftovers from fried and spicy foods, take longer to digest and cause acidity.
You do not have to exercise at the moment. Start exercise only after doctor’s advice.
- First Month of Pregnancy:- Week 1, Week 2, Week 3, Week 4, Week 5.
- Second Month of Pregnancy:- Week 5, Week 6, Week 7, Week 8, Week 9.
- Third Month of Pregnancy:- Week 9, Week 10, Week 11, Week 12, Week 13.
- Fourth Month of Pregnancy:- Week 13, Week 14, Week 15, Week 16, Week 17.
- Fifth Month of Pregnancy:- Week 17, Week 18, Week 19, Week 20, Week 21.
- Sixth Month of Pregnancy:- Week 22, Week 23, Week 24, Week 25, Week 26.
- Seventh Month of Pregnancy:- Week 27, Week 28, Week 29, Week 30, Week 31.
- Eighth Month of Pregnancy:- Week 32, Week 33, Week 34, Week 35, Week 36.
- Ninth Month of Pregnancy:- Week 36, Week 37, Week 38, Week 39, Week 40.
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