How Your Baby Develops During This WeekThis week of pregnancy happens in your body a lot. Your baby is a small ball of a few hundred cells that divide countless times. Soon, the cell-ball attaches to the wall of the uterus. The placenta begins to produce the pregnancy hormone human chorionic gonadotropin, short hCG. This hormone sends a message to the ovaries to stop ripening eggs because you are pregnant.
How Your Body ChangesMost likely you do not even know you're pregnant. You might notice that you have a slight bleeding, the so-called Nidationsblutung. This occurs when the cell ball adheres to the uterine wall. This happens about six days after the fertilization of the ice. But the bleeding is very weak, only very few women notice it.
Now that you're pregnant, you certainly have many questions and concerns. What is safe and what should I take care of during pregnancy? Can I dye my hair, which foods should I avoid, may I drink coffee? For all these questions our section ""Dangerous or not"" gives you answers.
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