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4 Weeks Pregnant
4 Weeks Pregnant Symptoms - Week 4 Pregnancy Signs, Cramping, Baby Development, and More
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Your pregnancy at 11 weeks
I am 6 and a half weeks pregnant today and since this past weekend I've had these light, sharp pains on the sides of my stomach, kind of like when you have a stitch in your side, in addition to some pain deeper inside my stomach, not cramping, but like when your tummy is upset. I also have horrible, horrible heartburn which I never have normally, and strangely, I'm burping a lot. Is all of this normal? The books and websites I've read said a lot of this stuff doesn't happen until later on in pregnancy and I'm wondering why I'm feeling it so early.
View video transcript. Now no bigger than a poppy seed though a whole lot sweeter , the ball of cells that will become your baby has completed its weeklong voyage down your fallopian tube and has claimed its berth in your uterus by tunneling into the sticky uterine lining. Nestled in your uterine home, this miniature miracle has established the cozy connection that will bind the two of you for the next eight plus months and forever after. In the works is the amniotic sac that your baby will call home sweet home.