95 babies could be saved every hour if mothers breastfed in ‘power hour’ after birth, says Save The Children.
The experts understand that it’s hard to build motivation to exercise when you have a family and household to run and are exhausted from lack of sleep
Midwife Kim Hughes suggests mums of newborns should take it easy rather than take on the world.
Doctors calculate your due date from the first day of your last period. So in week 1 you’ll still be having your period.
Ovulation usually happens at the end of week two. An egg is released from the ovaries into the fallopian tubes, where it is fertilised.
By now your egg has been implanted with sperm, and it’s possible that you could see a tiny bit of spotting – known as implantation bleeding.
You may experience a change in your sense of taste and you might start craving particular foods, or suddenly dislike things such as alcohol or coffee.
Already the heart begins to beat and on an ultrasound you can differentiate between the head and the tail.
By the end of the week your baby will be 4-6 mm Crown to Rump (CR) – about the size of a small bean.
The ears, eyes, nose and internal organs are developing and the baby is moving about in the amniotic sac.