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3 Weeks Pregnant: Symptoms, Ultrasound, Precaution, Cramps and Baby

Planing Child - 3 Weeks Pregnant

Being pregnant is the most intense phase of life for a women. It comes with lots of happiness and compromises which help them give birth to their child. A normal pregnancy goes through 42 weeks. Every week symptoms change and growth of baby takes place. There are some complications too, but here we are just going to focus on newly pregnant would be mother.

Belly at 3 Weeks of Pregnancy  РWhat to Expect

After fertilization of eggs inside your Fallopian tube, formation of embryo takes place. Your body start generating the pregnancy hormone. Some common hormones are oestrogen, progesterone and prolactin.

3 weeks pregnant women can expect slight baby bump. Generally, their is no baby bump at 3 weeks. The process of embryo development takes time and you might expect slight bump in belly after 5 weeks of pregnancy.

However, you belly will start looking more soft and supple.

During this phase try not to lift heavy weight and avoid work overload. You can start applying olive oil on your belly to keep it nourished and get smooth skin, so that it can handle the stretch.

Early Pregnancy Signs and Symptoms

Early signs and symptoms can help you confirm your doubt about your pregnancy. So here are some common signs of 3 week pregnant mother.

Lower Abdominal Cramps: Mother can expect to have sudden cramps in their lower stomach side. It ca be acute and severe and generally comes without a warning.

Tender Breast: You feel sensitive nipples and breast tenderness. At this 3rd week of pregnancy you might not like to wear tight bras.

Frequent Urination: The blood flow in your pelvic area increases with rise in pregnancy hormones. It causes you to urinate frequently.

Vaginal Bleeding: Implantation of embryo in your womb can cause light bleeding and spotting.

Bloating and Constipation: Apart from these two you can also expect formation of gas.

Increased Body Temperature: Mothers body temperature increases during their 3 week of pregnancy. It is caused by changes going inside your womb and increase in pregnancy hormones.

3 Weeks Pregnant Ultrasound

Ultrasound is the process of scanning mother’s womb and helping you figure out baby growth. But during the 3rd week of pregnancy, it s hard to spot any growth. In this phase baby is not formed yet, consider it going through the phase of basic development.

Because of that you might not be able to see any results in ultrasound. So try not to take ultrasound when you are 3 weeks pregnant.

3 Weeks Baby Growth

When sperm fertilize with egg it forms an embryo. This process take place in the first 2 weeks and that is why mother don’t feel any early sign. However, in 3 week, your embryo goes through the process of implantation.

Implantation of embryo in your womb is vital step. recurring miscarriage is caused by failure of implantation of embryo in womb.

Baby growth at 3 weeks pregnant can not be tracked literally. However, mother can ask her gynecologist to give her a report of embryos health.

Precaution To Be Taken By 3 Weeks Pregnant Mother

You must change some of your lifestyle habits.

1. Quit Smoking: Tobacco smoke is not healthy for baby growth. It can lead miscarriage which is the last thing a mother would want.

2. Avoid Drug: Say no to weed and other forms of intoxicating materials.

3. Stop Drinking Alcohol

4. Reduce Intake of Artificial Sources of Vitamins:

5. Eat healthy foods and nutrient rich diet.

6. When ever you see a doctor, always inform them that your are pregnant.

7. Stay hydrated, drink lots of water.

8. Avoid going to gym or over working.

9. Stay calm and don’t stress.

Conclusion:

Try to relax and starting planning for your baby. Take small walks and eat nutrient rich foods. Talk to your doctor about do’s and don’ts. Try to increase intake of vitamins through natural sources. Eat baby healthy food which are rich in calcium and omega fatty acids.

3 Weeks Pregnant: Symptoms, Ultrasound, Precaution, Cramps and Baby
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