What causes dizziness in the 4th week of pregnancy

4th week of pregnancy

The embryo is as big as a by the fourth week Poppy seeds, so at most 1mm. In terms of shape, however, it is not round, but rather resembles a tiny, curved grain of rice. If the embryo implants in the lining of the uterus, it can lead to what is known as implantation bleeding. It is also possible that no blood drop is secreted when the egg cell nests in the lining of the uterus. Whether or not you had implantation bleeding says nothing about the further course of the pregnancy.

First signs of pregnancy

At the end of the fourth week, you are actually counting on your period, or rather hoping that it will not happen once you have planned the pregnancy. The first signs of pregnancy such as tiredness, mood swings or tenderness of the breasts may already appear.

Wait a few more days before taking a pregnancy test. You haven't missed your period? Still, you could be pregnant. Because even if missing your period is often referred to as “the surest sign” of pregnancy, it is not. Strictly speaking, a missed period - like a positive pregnancy test - only counts as a likely sign of pregnancy.

Changes in the hormonal balance

But maybe you just feel pregnant already. That would be no wonder, because in the first trimester, i.e. the first 12 weeks of pregnancy, hormonal changes are very noticeable. Accordingly, complaints such as nausea, tiredness or dizziness are particularly pronounced during this time.

Our tip

If your days are missing, a wonderful journey begins for you. You may have already taken one or more pregnancy tests and let your partner / father of the child know. Your gynecologist can confirm your pregnancy, but we recommend that you wait a little longer before the appointment. In the first few weeks there is not much to be seen on the ultrasound image, some pregnant women are unsettled by it.

To the ninth week of pregnancy can already be the Heartbeat of your baby, you have to complete the first mother-child pass examination by the 16th week of pregnancy. Important: if you have symptoms, bleeding or other problems, you should always consult a doctor, regardless of how far your pregnancy is.

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