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The essential pregnancy milestones you need to know

Posted: 8 May 2012
by Sophie Westnedge

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Week 2-4: Am I pregnant?

You might have noticed a few of the early signs that you might be pregnant and decided to take a home pregnancy test.

Finding out you’re pregnant can make you feel all sorts of emotions. You may wonder whether you’re ready to be a mum and what happens next, but don’t worry these are all normal feelings.  

There’s no right or wrong way to tell your significant other that you are pregnant. Just do what feels right for you and your partner. 

Sadly 1 in 4 pregnancies end in miscarriage within the first 12 weeks, so you and your partner may prefer to wait until the pregnancy passes this stage before making any public announcements. There are a few things you can do to avoid giving the game away in the first 12 weeks

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