Although you might not feel pregnant, you've been carrying your baby for around two weeks now. Your little one is growing faster than at any other time of pregnancy - and its sex has already been decided.
You have been carrying your baby for two weeks by the time your period is due. But because pregnancy is calculated from the date of your last period, you are already one month pregnant!
At 1 week pregnant, your body will begin to change but it’s likely that this will only be noticeable by you. To find out more about 1 week pregnant signs and 1 week pregnant symptoms, read more about the early signs of pregnancy.
What to think about
If you’re not taking supplements, you should begin taking folic acid daily as this helps protect your baby from spinal cord defects. Why should you take folic acid supplements?
You may feel anxious about telling people at work that you are pregnant. Read more about the best time to tell your employer that you are expecting.