In medical terminology, 2 weeks pregnant is the approximate day on which you conceive your baby. In other words, two weeks pregnant is the approximate day on which a woman has sex and the sperm begin the journey to fertilise the egg.
Pregnancy is counted from the first day of the LMP (Last Menstrual Period). Babies are conceived while a woman is fertile which is usually around 2 weeks after the LMP.
This means that during the first two weeks of pregnancy, you are not physically pregnant. Most women find out they are pregnant at approximately 4 weeks pregnant (approximately 2 weeks after conception). At the very earliest, some women find out they are pregnant around 3 weeks, but this is usually in cases where they ovulate at a different time than the average.
Most women do not begin to experience pregnancy symptoms till approximately 4-5 weeks pregnant (2-3 weeks after conception).
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