Stages of Pregnancy Week by Week

What My Baby Looks Like in Week 4

Discover how your baby is beginning to develop from a blastocyst to an embryo in week four. Plus, you may get a positive result on your pregnancy test this week.

The small collection of cells known as a blastocyst has successfully traveled down your fallopian tube and implanted into the uterus. The implanted cluster of cells is now called an embryo and is smaller than a grain of rice. The implanted embryo has started to produce hormones that may register on a home pregnancy test, yielding a positive result. For some women, the test will not register as positive for another week.
Illustrations Courtesy of the Sprout Pregnancy App

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