What to Expect when You’re One Month Pregnant
At one month pregnant, you will probably start to notice some of the early signs and symptoms of pregnancy. Your baby also expands rapidly At the start of one month pregnant he or she is the size of a grain of rice, at one month and two weeks pregnant they have grown to the size of a blueberry, and by the time you reach two months your baby will be as big as a peanut!
How Many Weeks is One Month Pregnant?
Pregnancy is generally measured in lunar months (4 weeks long), rather than calendar months which are all different lengths and, apart from February, four weeks and a few days. So, one month pregnant is four weeks. For the purposes of this calendar, we have included weeks 5 to 7 of pregnancy (the weeks between one and two months) in the developments and symptoms at one month pregnant. If you’d like to read about less than one-month pregnant symptoms, check out our “First Month of Pregnancy” section.
One Month Pregnant Signs and Symptoms:
- You won’t yet have a noticeable belly at one month pregnant – but your waistline may start to thicken!
- Morning sickness is experienced by about 70% of women between weeks four and sixteen of pregnancy.
- The pregnancy hormones may make you feel tired and moody.
- Your breasts may tingle and ache as the hormones get to work.
- You may have increased vaginal discharge.
- Abdominal cramps are fairly common as your uterus expands to accommodate your baby.
Your Baby at One Month Pregnant:
Your baby does a huge amount of growth and development between weeks five and eight of pregnancy. Some of the key developments include:
- The facial features develop, including little buds for ears.
- Arms, legs, hands, feet, fingers, and toes all take shape.
- The brain and nervous system begin to develop and function.
- The baby begins to move in the womb (although you won’t feel the kicks for a couple more months).
I am One Month Pregnant – What Should I Do?
Take really good care of yourself! Get lots of rest, eat well, and don’t let yourself get anxious and stressed. You should also make an appointment to see your regular doctor and start looking into the type of prenatal care you want for your pregnancy. Hold off from telling people you’re pregnant until you’re at least 3 months. Unfortunately, the risk of miscarriage is still fairly high at this stage of pregnancy.
Week to Week Symptoms at One Month Pregnant:
This is a time of rapid growth and your body and your baby will be changing rapidly between one and two months pregnant. Click below to see more detailed information about what you can expect between weeks 5 and 8 of pregnancy:
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