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    6 weeks pregnant: Your guide to this week of your first trimester

    Updated 09 May 2024 |
    Published 24 February 2019
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    Reviewed by Dr. Nazaneen Homaifar, Obstetrician and gynecologist, Inova Health System, Washington, DC, US
    Written by Ella Braidwood
    Edited by Alice Broster
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    From important prenatal vitamins to feeling more tired than usual, here’s the lowdown on being 6 weeks pregnant.

    At 6 weeks pregnant, the news that you’re pregnant might still be sinking in. However, as you consider making a few lifestyle changes and sharing your news with family and friends, both your body and your baby are changing in pretty amazing ways. 

    While you won’t be able to feel a bump just yet, you might be experiencing some early pregnancy symptoms. These can range from nausea and breast tenderness to mood changes and tiredness. While you might already be aware of some of the signs and symptoms of pregnancy, they can also be really confusing — and more than a little uncomfortable! 

    If you’re curious about why your favorite food is now turning your stomach or how to cope with sore boobs or fatigue, then don’t worry. In this article, a Flo expert outlines everything you need to know when you’re 6 weeks pregnant.