4 weeks pregnant

  • Once fertilised the egg starts to divide as it travels down the fallopian tube.
  • The lining of your uterus has thickened ready for the fertilised egg to implant into it.
  • A pregnancy test may now work as your HCG levels start to rise to prevent you from having a period.
  • You might also be experiencing some early pregnancy signs such as nausea and sore boobs.

Read more about the first trimester.

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