The implanted embryo produces pregnancy hormones which will result in the thickening of the uterus lining. When you do not get your period by the end of the week, you may suspect that you are pregnant. Some very sensitive home pregnancy tests may be able to detect your pregnancy.
However, blood tests done at your doctors office can definitely confirm that you are pregnant.
If the measurement of the HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) levels in your blood are too high, multiple pregnancy may be suspected.
Embryos’ facial features such as eyes and nose are beginning to form, as are the digestive and nervous systems.
Some women may experience breast soreness, increased urination, and/or excess saliva. All these symptoms may be exaggerated with twin or multiple pregnancies.
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