pregnancy week 2

There is no fetal development at 2 weeks, but remember, it is coming. At this time, your body is preparing for the fetal development. In your ovary, an egg is maturing and it is getting ready to break free.

At this time, the lining of your uterus is growing and it is getting thicker. This is happening so it could accept and manage to take care of the baby that will be incident you.

At the end of the week, ovulation will occur as your ovary releases the egg into your fallopian tubes.

Please take note, an egg is capable of surviving for 12 to 24 hours after ovulation. However, you do not have to have sex on the exact day of the ovulation. This is because sperm is capable of living up to 5 days in fertile cervical mucus. So this means that you can have intercourse every other day during week 2 or time the sexual intercourse 1 day or 2 days before the ovulation in order to get the sperm in place, ready, and waiting for the egg when it gets released.

pregnancy week 2

 

Symptoms In Week 2

You want to keep in mind that there is no baby at this point. So in the second week, you may not have any symptoms at all. However, you might see a number or very few changes in your body. Some of them include:

  1. Increased sex drive
  2. Pelvic ache
  3. Cervical changes
  4. Better sense of smell
  5. Cervical mucus
  6. Breast soreness
  7. Breast tenderness
  8. Darker areola areas
  9. Morning sickness
  10. Stomach bloating
  11. Spotting

2 Weeks Pregnant Ultrasound

Your doctor will not advise you to go through an ultrasound at this point if it is your first time and if you are healthy, however, if you have been trying for some time now, your doctor might advise you to get one in order to check your uterus.

What’s Happening Inside Your Belly At 2 Weeks Pregnant?

If you had something that could help you see inside your belly, it would go something like this. At first, your ovary will release an egg into your fallopian tube where it will be fertilized within 12 to 24 hours. if you have had sex in the last 6 days, there could still be living sperm inside you, and one of them could fertilize the egg. If not, you will have to have sex in order to get pregnant.

Checklist at 2 Weeks Pregnant

  1. Have sex every other day
  2. Keep taking prenatal vitamins
  3. Increase your folic acid intake through vitamins
  4. Look for signs of ovulation
  5. Use an ovulation test

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