Because that's the original pregnancy time (40 wks) but most women only make it to 38 wks. So 40 wks is like the goal
Doctors measure pregnancy from the first day of your last period, but you don't conceive until two weeks after that. Your baby was conceived 3 weeks ago.
Yes because the first two weeks your not considered pregnant.... For example if your ultrasound measures the sac at 5 weeks you actually are 7 weeks if you count the 2 weeks it take to conceive and implant.
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Nine weeks before that, which is the same as two weeks after your last menstrual period. Doctors include the two weeks before conception in their calculation of the pregnancy date; that is, they start the calculation from the first day of your last period. Approximately 10/31/09.
Its hard to explain but I will try my best. When you conceive, you are technically two weeks pregnant because doctors consider the last day of your menstrual period to be the first week of pregnancy (even though you really aren't pregnant). You cannot discover pregnancy till about two weeks after being pregnant, so if you find out right away, you are about four weeks pregnant.
You can take a pregnancy test from two weeks after you last had sex. Check your home pregnancy test to make sure it is sensitive enough to pick up pregnancy hormones that early on, or consider taking a pregnancy test at your doctors office.
One to two weeks.
You are pregnant for 40 weeks, which equals 10 months. Doctors give you a 4 week window that allows you to either deliver 2 weeks early or two weeks later then your actual due date. So they consider your pregnancy 9 months, but when at the doctors they count by weeks not months.
Two weeks pregnant should definitely not be a problem for running. Later on in your pregnancy may pose more of a concern. At your next doctor appointment be sure to get our doctors permission though. Certain medical conditions, such as high blood pressure, gestational diabetes, high risk pregnancies, etc. can be reasons that it would be unsafe to run during your pregnancy. But at two weeks, this should not pose a threat unless you have either of those medical conditions (or a high risk pregnancy).
yes you can
As soon as two weeks!!
You can take a pregnancy test from two weeks after you last had sex, this is the earliest a pregnancy test can detect pregnancy hormones - but be sure to check the packet to make sure it is sensitive enough to be used this early. It might also be a good idea to consider taking a pregnancy test at your doctors which can be more accurate.