Find out how your baby is developing in week three and learn the early signs of pregnancy, along with the importance of choosing the right doctor.
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 may experience spotting this week when your egg implants itself into the uterine wall. This will be lighter than a normal period and is actually one of the first signs of pregnancy.
Your baby's appearance, sex, and even some of his or her personality and intelligence are determined at fertilization.
When a speedy, strong sperm swims its way up the cervix to fertilize the egg and combine genetic material, that's when you're officially pregnant. But you might not be expecting--because you probably have no idea yet that you're about to become a mama!
1. Look for the early signs of pregnancy.
Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.
Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!
We've got answers to your questions from experts and parents who've been there.
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