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恭喜你,你怀孕了!我们的每周怀孕指南将告诉你,我们希望,在接下来的九个月里,你和你正在成长的宝宝将发生什么有趣的事实,以及提供建议和建议奇怪又奇妙的症状从怀孕的开始到结束。从一束细胞到一个完全成型的婴儿,这是一个非凡的40周的发育过程——而这一切都是由你承载的。

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Congratulations, you're pregnant! Our week-by-week guide to your pregnancy will, we hope, tell you fascinating facts about what's happening to you and your growing baby over the next nine months, as well as providing tips and advice on the weird and wonderful symptoms<\/a> of pregnancy from start to finish. From a bundle of cells to a fully formed baby, it's an extraordinary 40 weeks of development \u2013 and it's all hosted by you.<\/p>","value":"

Congratulations, you're pregnant! Our week-by-week guide to your pregnancy will, we hope, tell you fascinating facts about what's happening to you and your growing baby over the next nine months, as well as providing tips and advice on the weird and wonderful symptoms<\/a> of pregnancy from start to finish. 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Get weekly insight<\/a> into your baby and your body's development, with our pregnancy newsletter \u2013 from symptoms to expect to which supplements to take.<\/p>","value":"

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A few notes about our week-by-week pregnancy calendar:<\/h2>

Use the calendar at the top of each page to select your current week of pregnancy, or trimester. You can work out how far along you are<\/a> and roughly when you can expect to meet your baby using our pregnancy calculator<\/a>.<\/p>

Your pregnancy is counted from the first day of your last period. Strange as it may seem, when the sperm meets the egg you're already counted as two weeks pregnant. So, when your pregnancy test is positive you'll be five or six weeks<\/a> through your total of 40 without even realising. This is good news as time can stand still when you're pregnant \u2013 especially in the home straight. Your baby, however, starts sprinting to the finish line as soon as conception occurs.<\/p>

Please remember, not all babies, bodies or bumps develop at the same rate and in the same way, so what we say may not always match your own experience. If you have any worries, ask your antenatal team or GP.<\/p>

These guides will sometimes tell you about what can go wrong. Thankfully, it's rare for things to go wrong, especially after week 12<\/a>, so please enjoy your pregnancy and try not to worry.<\/p>

We all know babies come in two flavours (better known as 'boys and girls') but, as most of you won't know what flavour you're getting \u2013 or at least not yet \u2013 we'll refer to your baby as both 'he' and 'she' throughout the weeks.<\/p>

Whatever stage of pregnancy you're at, it's likely you'll get plenty of unsolicited well-meaning advice. We asked Mumsnetters to share some of the comments and advice they'd been lucky enough to receive. Got your own favourite corker to share? Let us know after you've watched.<\/p>","value":"

A few notes about our week-by-week pregnancy calendar:<\/h2>

Use the calendar at the top of each page to select your current week of pregnancy, or trimester. You can work out how far along you are<\/a> and roughly when you can expect to meet your baby using our pregnancy calculator<\/a>.<\/p>

Your pregnancy is counted from the first day of your last period. Strange as it may seem, when the sperm meets the egg you're already counted as two weeks pregnant. So, when your pregnancy test is positive you'll be five or six weeks<\/a> through your total of 40 without even realising. This is good news as time can stand still when you're pregnant \u2013 especially in the home straight. Your baby, however, starts sprinting to the finish line as soon as conception occurs.<\/p>

Please remember, not all babies, bodies or bumps develop at the same rate and in the same way, so what we say may not always match your own experience. If you have any worries, ask your antenatal team or GP.<\/p>

These guides will sometimes tell you about what can go wrong. Thankfully, it's rare for things to go wrong, especially after week 12<\/a>, so please enjoy your pregnancy and try not to worry.<\/p>

We all know babies come in two flavours (better known as 'boys and girls') but, as most of you won't know what flavour you're getting \u2013 or at least not yet \u2013 we'll refer to your baby as both 'he' and 'she' throughout the weeks.<\/p>

Whatever stage of pregnancy you're at, it's likely you'll get plenty of unsolicited well-meaning advice. We asked Mumsnetters to share some of the comments and advice they'd been lucky enough to receive. Got your own favourite corker to share? Let us know after you've watched.<\/p>"},{"meta_id":991061,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_3_content","meta_value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35","value":"field_5ff5e32e00b35"},{"meta_id":991062,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_4_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":991063,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_4_title","meta_value":"field_602a92df01c22","value":"field_602a92df01c22"},{"meta_id":991064,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_4_video","meta_value":"https:\/\/youtu.be\/pCXuxOXSK_s","value":"https:\/\/youtu.be\/pCXuxOXSK_s"},{"meta_id":991065,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_4_video","meta_value":"field_5ff713802e4be","value":"field_5ff713802e4be"},{"meta_id":991066,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_5_id","meta_value":"2","value":"2"},{"meta_id":991067,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_5_id","meta_value":"field_605356a45ac1b","value":"field_605356a45ac1b"},{"meta_id":991068,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_6_title","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":991069,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_6_title","meta_value":"field_602a92c901c21","value":"field_602a92c901c21"},{"meta_id":991070,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_6_image_image","meta_value":"18345","value":"18345"},{"meta_id":991071,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_6_image_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941a","value":"field_5ff70e497941a"},{"meta_id":991072,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_6_image_text","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":991073,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_6_image_text","meta_value":"field_60103b17570e9","value":"field_60103b17570e9"},{"meta_id":991074,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_6_image_width","meta_value":"full","value":"full"},{"meta_id":991075,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_6_image_width","meta_value":"field_5ff70e497941b","value":"field_5ff70e497941b"},{"meta_id":991076,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_6_image","meta_value":"","value":""},{"meta_id":991077,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"_body_6_image","meta_value":"field_5ff70e4979419","value":"field_5ff70e4979419"},{"meta_id":991078,"post_id":7398,"meta_key":"body_7_content","meta_value":"

Baby development illustrations are taken from The Pregnancy Encyclopedia<\/a>, published by DK.<\/em><\/p>","value":"

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把每周的洞察力了解你的宝宝和身体的发育,我们的怀孕通讯——从症状到预期到服用哪种补充剂。

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关于我们每周的怀孕日历,有几点需要注意:

使用日历在每一页的顶部选择你当前的怀孕周,或三个月。你可以算出来你走了多远大概什么时候能见到你的宝宝用我们的怀孕的计算器

从你最后一次经期的第一天算起。虽然看起来很奇怪,但当精子遇到卵子时,你已经怀孕两周了。所以,当你的验孕结果呈阳性时你就会五岁或者六个星期在你还没有意识到的情况下总共40个。这是一个好消息,因为当你怀孕时,时间是静止的——尤其是在回家的直线路上。然而,一旦怀孕,你的宝宝就开始向终点冲刺。

请记住,不是所有的婴儿、身体或肿块都以相同的速度和方式发育,所以我们所说的可能并不总是符合你自己的经验。如果您有任何担心,请咨询您的产前团队或全科医生。

这些指南有时会告诉你什么地方可能出错。值得庆幸的是,事情很少出错,尤其是在事后第12周所以,请享受你的怀孕过程,尽量不要担心。

我们都知道婴儿有两种口味(更广为人知的是“男孩和女孩”),但是,因为你们大多数人不知道你将要得到的是什么口味——或者至少现在还不知道——我们会在这几周内同时称你的婴儿为“他”和“她”。

无论你处于怀孕的哪个阶段,你都可能会得到很多主动提供的善意建议。我们请Mumsnetters分享了一些他们有幸收到的评论和建议。你有自己最喜欢的软木塞要分享吗?看完之后告诉我们。

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婴儿发展插图取自怀孕百科全书,由DK出版。

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