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Once your baby is conceived, he or she gets to work right away. The next step in the process is cell division, Within about 12 hours after fertilization, your one-celled zygote divides into two cells and then those two each split into two, and so on, with the number of cells doubling every 12 hours.

4 weeks pregnant


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Thank you for the article!

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Submitted by Anonymous (not verified) on Tue, 2016-07-19 14:04.
Thank you for the article! It's short and simple! I also recommend to read this one to better understand your symptoms at the 4th week of pregnancy: http://motherhow.com/4-weeks-pregnant/

This week marks the beginning

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Submitted by emilymoore68 on Thu, 2016-04-07 16:43.
This week marks the beginning of the embryonic period. Right now your baby is an embryo the size of a poppy seed, consisting of two layers: the epiblast and the hypoblast, from which all of her organs and body parts will develop. For more info about 4 weeks pregnant please visit http://motherhow.com/4-weeks-pregnant/

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