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Your Pregnancy at Week 1

A new cycle begins, one that is the starting point for your pregnancy. 

Explore your pregnancy at Week 1

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The following information was reviewed by Dr. Cheng Ka Ning, Katherine 

At A Glance

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A new cycle begins, one that is the starting point for your pregnancy. The fertilised egg has not yet implanted until week 3-4, you are not likely to experience any pregnancy symptoms right now. Instead, you will experience Premenstrual Syndrome (PMS), such as bloating or tummy pain, tiredness or trouble sleeping are more common. 

When will you actually get pregnant?  

Ovulation and fertilisation usually happen after 2 weeks of your menstrual cycle, pregnancy can be detected 4 weeks after embryonic implantation, and the blastocyst (fertilised egg) can be seen at week 6. It’s common that people miss the next period and go see a doctor, finding out they are at least 4 weeks pregnant. The most important thing at this stage is to lead a healthy lifestyle 

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Tips for 1 Weeks Pregnant

  • Maintain a balanced diet, and consult nutritionist if needed
  • Avoid X-rays or unprescribed drugs, if you are currently taking medication, seek advice from your obstetrician




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