Guide to Being Six Weeks Pregnant

At six weeks, you can look forward to morning sickness and wacky cravings setting in. See pregnancy pictures.
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Many women have an inkling that something's up by the time the sixth week of pregnancy rolls around, particularly for those who usually menstruate like clockwork. So, if your period is officially very late, it's definitely time for you to procure a pregnancy test and turn your suspicions into pink or blue (or both!) reality.

However, women with unpredictable cycles and subtle or completely absent pregnancy symptoms might not connect the dots for a while longer.

If you know or at least suspect that you might have a bun in the proverbial oven, keep reading for useful information on this stage in an ever-changing pregnancy.