1 Month Pregnant Questions

Your baby has now reached the size of a grain of rice and his facial features and major organs are forming. Your pregnancy symptoms may include heartburn, frequent urination, nausea and cramps.

Your baby has now reached the size of a coriander seed and an early ultrasound scan may show his heartbeat, while you might experience some early pregnancy symptoms such as cramps, nausea and food aversions.

Your baby has now reached the size of a head pin and will soon begin to develop body parts and inner organs. Your body may already behave weird, though it’s easy to mistake the cramps and possible spotting for premenstrual symptoms (PMS).

You’re pregnant! The baby is only a rapidly growing ball of cell called blastocyst, but you may already be experiencing nausea, cramps, light bleeding or fatigue, and may get a positive result on the pregnancy test.

There’s still no baby in your belly, but the miraculous journey is about to begin. You’re ovulating, and when your egg is fertilized by your partner’s sperm, you will conceive.

Your baby is not even there yet, but your body has already started to change to accommodate its tiny tenant and you may already be experiencing mood swings, fatigue and morning sickness.