It's super easy to consume more than the recommended amount of folic acid—and that's not a good thing. Here's why it's important to keep track of your folic acid intake during pregnancy.
This is the last week of your first trimester. Most of your baby's organs are fully formed now and starting to function, and her external genitals are beginning to show distinct characteristics of her sex.
Even though you probably don’t feel pregnant, the building blocks of your baby’s life are being put in place right now.
From the top of her head to the bottom of her buttocks, your baby is about 2 to 4 mm long. She's tinier than a bean!
It’s official! About now, your pregnancy can be confirmed by a blood or urine test and you know for certain you have a baby on the way. Let us be among the first to say congratulations on getting pregnant!