Learn what's happening in week one, even before your baby is conceived, and find out why your due date is calculated from this point on.
Something magical is about to happen! Watch as the ovulation process occurs, and then millions of sperm swim upstream on a quest to fertilize an egg.
You probably don't know you're pregnant (or rather, about to be!), but you're well on your way. Your conception date is considered to be two weeks after the last day of your last menstrual period.
You won't notice anything yet, but if you're trying to conceive and think it's about to happen, nix alcohol and smoking and replace those vices with prenatal vitamins.
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