What are the Symptoms at 5 Weeks Pregnant
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What are the Symptoms at 5 Weeks Pregnant

What are the Symptoms at 5 Weeks Pregnant
Shalisha Edwards
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Shalisha Edwards

Learn more about the Symptoms you may experience in Week 5 of Pregnancy. For some its Swollen or Sore Breasts, for some its morning sickness and and for others its Frequent Urination. Fatigue, abdominal cramps and spotting are also common.

You are 5 weeks pregnant now and all set to join the pregnancy club; or it may be the time when youjust missed your periods and a thought of taking pregnancy tests strikes your mind – in both ways just stick to this article to know all about 5 week pregnancy symptoms.  The gimmick of hormones may indicate 5 weeks pregnant symptoms that are simply difficult to ignore.

1- Swollen or Sore Breasts
Generally it is the morning sickness, which grabs all the attention.  But sore and aching breasts may be one of the most prominent symptoms, whichsignify that you are pregnant.

2- Fatigue
Your body is highly committed to the task of making a baby, which takes a lot of energy; hence you may feel drowsy or tired all the time as you need to rest more. Also its pretty obvious that you may want to take a power nap at different intervals of the day, pretty much in between office hours, in a kitty party or simply in leisure time at 5 weeks pregnant.

3- Morning Sickness
Morning sickness can be defined as a feeling of being nauseated or sometimes an urge to vomit. Women at 5 weeks pregnant may experience a feeling of nausea at any time of the day during early pregnancy.
A 5 weeks pregnant lady feeling morning sickness
In case you are lucky enough to be blessed with twins then you are more susceptible to experience severe nausea during first trimester of your pregnancy.

4- An Urge To Pee More
Frequent urination is a sign, which denotes that your kidneys are now expanding during early pregnancy.You may experience a sudden urge to pee more often at 5 weeks pregnant.

5- Abdominal Cramps
A mild pain or abdominal cramps similar to the menstrual cramps may be a sign that the embryo has nicely invaded the walls of your uterus. These cramps are due to the expansion and stretching of your ligaments. Such mild pains are normal but in case of severe pain consult a healthcare professional and get a medical checkup done to ensure there is no pregnancy related risks involved.

6- Spotting
When you are 5 weeks pregnant a spot of little blood may not seem the right thing to you at first sight.  However, it can be a sign that the implantation has occurred successfully and your seed is now burrowed to the lining of your uterus. So its normal to have a bleeding which tends to appear more than spotting but heavy bleeding similar to that of menstrual bleeding  can be a sign of serious issue related to your pregnancy.

Belly At 5 Weeks Pregnant

At 5 week pregnancy you may be concerned about the appearance of your belly as you may not want to appear pregnant.  Usually the appearance of your belly remains unchanged,up to 18 weeks of pregnancy - so don't worry.However you may feel bloated or feel like you have put up a little weight. Moreover, doctors do suggest for a healthy weight gain throughout your pregnancy depending upon your body type.

How Big Is Your Baby At 5 Weeks Pregnant?

At week 5 pregnancy size of your baby is similar to that of an apple seed. 

5 weeks pregnant size of baby

Yes, you’re right, your baby is now measureable and the size of the baby measures around 0.13 inches when measured from head to buttocks. By next week your baby may grow almost double in size.

How Your Baby Look Like At 5 Weeks Pregnant?

At 5 Week pregnant the embryo just looks like a tadpole.Your Baby has now begun to form major organs like heart, stomach, liver, kidneys and many systems like circulatory, digestive and nervous.

What Happens To Your Body At 5 Weeks Pregnant?

The symptoms you experience at 5 weeks pregnancy are just a result of your hormonal surge.  Many ‘Moms To Be’ realize that first trimester is the toughest of all and want to get rid of the discomfort at the earliest.  This is a phase, which needs a swift attention to your health as your body needsplenty of rest, healthy diet and ways to make you feel comfortable.

Checklist At 5 Weeks Pregnant

First trimester is the most crucial time for you as well as for your baby. You need to follow certain regimes for keeping your health in good condition.Here is a checklist you should follow during 5 week pregnancy-

1- Switch To A Healthy Diet
As proper nutrition is very crucial for you and for the growth of your baby, it is advised to include fruits and vegetables in your diet to make it morerich in vitamins and proteins. Moreover, you must load up your diet with BIG 5 nutrients like folate, zinc, iron, calcium and fiber.

2- Get Proper Health Check-Ups Done
Undergoing regular health checkups is an important aspect for keeping yourself and your baby healthy.
Regular health checkups is important when you are pregnant
Regular health checkups can be a helping hand in identifying and reducing pregnancy related health issues.

3- Start Planning For Your Baby’s Future
As you are going to be a mommy soon, it brings a lot of responsibilities to you. So start planning to give your baby a bright future and come up with a plan to save more money and resources for your baby.

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Sujata Lavani
Oct. 28, 2017, 3:54 p.m.
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You must eat as healthy as possible in your 5 weeks pregnancy. Eat vegetables that are dark green like broccoli, kale and spinach. You should have carrots, sweet potatoes, pumpkin, corn and yellow peppers also. 1 cup of raw leafy vegetables such as spinach or lettuce, or 1/2 cup chopped vegetable...
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Satya Gupta
Oct. 28, 2017, 3:54 p.m.
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At 5 weeks pregnancy, the heart and circulatory framework of the baby start to shape in the center layer. This week, the little heart of the baby starts isolating into chambers, beats and pump blood. The central layer frames the child's muscles, ligament, bone and under the skin tissues.
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