Oh wow, you're lucky to know you're 4 weeks pregnant, usually it takes about 8 weeks to find out... Hmmm. Yes sex is safe, but wear protection if you aren't 100% that you are pregnant ((Told by a doctor)). Unless you are actually trying for one.
If this is your first then yes this is normal :) You'll be showing soon enough though. I'm pregnant with my second so I already feel flutters at 11 weeks because my muscles are still loosened from my first.
Errr, It's barely been a month since then I doubt you're pregnant. Might want to go to a doctor and see whats up. It's too soon to tell if you're pregnant now. If your period doesn't come in the next month to two months then you may be pregnant.
Those all sound fun! Thank you!! Living in Florida we have allot of storms/hurricanes and I wanted to find out different ways to keep my hyper son out of trouble and having fun :) Really appreciated the reply <3
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