You may not feel pregnant, but your body starts producing pregnancy hormones, and your baby grows so faster than any other gestation period. The first two weeks of pregnancy is a very exciting time for a woman, but not the exciting part is when the increasingly popular pregnancy symptoms begin to appear. A pregnant mother should now begin to focus on changing her eating habits and lifestyle since the second week is a crucial milestone in the development of the baby. Let’s take a look at the baby’s developments and changes in the mother’s body.
Here are our Tips For Second Week of Pregnancy:
Your last menstrual period begins about two weeks ago, and you are ovulating, or soon you will know. If you have successfully designed it, it could be two weeks or more; you get a positive pregnancy test result. Babies are mostly born about 38 weeks after compost. But since it is difficult to know when fertilization has occurred, it is necessary to calculate the date of delivery by counting 40 weeks from the first day of your last menstrual cycle. This is a normal cycle length, and some women have more or less time. As every woman has her capacity, so it may differ. Deadlines are essential for conception to occur.
You should try to aim for sexual intimacy approximately 72 hours before or 24 hours after you ovulate. As they try to accommodate both spermatozoa for three days and the egg, do not live more than 24 hours after ovulation. Before even having sex, it is necessary to calculate the time of ovulation. You may also be aware of what positions can help you. Many couples need more than a few attempts. During ovulation, changes in basal body temperature occur.
You may be pregnant 2 to 3 days before the temperature rises. You can record the temperature at the same time every day. You have to take the temperature when you get up from your sleep. By registering every day, it is understood and, therefore, you can have sex before the temperature is high. When you are ovulating, the vaginal discharge changes its thickness and shape. It becomes slippery and transparent.
After ovulation, the density is thick and cloudy and vanishes. Another way to determine ovulation is the test kit. These test kits are available in medical stores easily. You use a urine sample to check hormones that can tell about ovulation. You must follow the correct instructions for correct results. The baby, which we know as an embryo at this stage, adds 150 cells that are divided into three separate layers.
The first layer called the inner layer, or endoderm, will become the respiratory system and digestive system, including the liver, pancreases and thymus, and thyroid gland. The second layer in the middle, known as the mesoderm, evolves in the cartilage of the baby, bone, inner parental layer, circulatory system, genital organs, muscles, external skin, and excretory system. Now the third layer or you can say outer layer, known as the ectoderm evolves in the brain, nervous system, and epidermis containing the baby’s skin, hair, and nails.
The baby is only about 0.1 to 0.2 mm long at this stage and floats in the uterus, while secretions from the mucous membranes of the uterus protect it. Speaking of the fetus itself, week 2 of pregnancy is too early. It is instead an egg, fertilized by sperm. And when that egg in the womb begins its development process and becomes an embryo. That is to say. It becomes a real pregnancy.
A two-week pregnancy is very dangerous because there is a great danger of ending a pregnancy. The fertilized egg can be removed with other discharges, and miscarriage can occur. As the fetus itself has not yet taken place, there is no need to be tested at an early stage. It is all a waste of time and money, which leads to no result. Instead, it can only make you feel tired and discomfort. To check the level of HCG is not going to be useful, but a special test at the progesterone level can be effective in the first two weeks.
This hormone is important for the making of the female uterus for the evolution of a fetus and the construction of the placenta. Doing an ultrasound does not provide the wanted results. The only thing that can be discovered is an increase in the size of the follicle. Normally, women undergo such a review if they are planning a pregnancy and if they had problems in pregnancy, such as a miscarriage.
TIPS FOR SECOND WEEK:
You should stop your bad habits like smoking, alcohol, and drugs, as it is important for a healthy and well pregnancy, a healthy baby, and an active workforce. You should eat a balanced diet and control your weight. Take less stress and participate in physical activities. You should consult your doctor if you are already taking medications.
You should take on a daily basis, a multivitamin that contains 400 micrograms of folic acid as it controls birth-related problems in your baby. Your partner may feel that he has no role in the pregnancy at this time, but your husband’s health and lifestyle affect the fetus.
You should check your husband’s eating habits, medications, and habits such as smoking, alcohol, or taking drugs. He can also take prenatal vitamins before pregnancy with doctor’s consult.
SECOND WEEK ABNORMALITIES:
A type of anomaly is when proliferating layers of trophoblastic concept, and not the embryo, no embryo, which is called “mole taupe” which is because of the continuous presence of the trophoblastic layer development. That is the uterus. Trophoblast cells secrete human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG), as in normal pregnancy, and may seem pregnancy test and maternally be “normal.” Prenatal ultrasonography demonstrates the absence of an embryo. There are several forms of mole: partial lunar, full and persistent trophoblastic lunar tumor. Many of these tumors result from a haploid sperm, which fertilizes an ovule without a female pronuclear (the alternative, an embryo without the sperm efforts, called estrogen parthenogenesis).
The tumor looks “like a grape seed” without embryonic placental formation closed. After a first molar pregnancy, there is about a 1% risk of a second molar pregnancy. The chromosomal genetic material of the egg is lost, by an unknown process. Fertilization occurs and forms one or two spermatozoa and the concept of androgens (single male). With this concept, the embryo (fetus, baby) does not grow at all, but the placenta develops, which is abnormal and forms many tumors and has no blood vessels.
These tumors look like a group of grapes, and that is why it is called a hydatidiform (grape) spring. A hydatidiform molecule almost finishes about 16 to 18 weeks of gestational age. Since diagnose the disease can be made by ultrasound before the time, it is best for you to have a uterine evacuation (D & C) so that there is no excessive bleeding, and there is no infection. Human chorionic gonadotropin (HCG) will help you make the diagnosis.