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At week 4, implantation occurs in the inner wall of the uterus and thick mucus close the cervix. Your little embryo has two layers of cells known as the hypoblast and epiblast. Soon they will grow into all your baby’s body parts and systems. Before the formation of placenta, there will be a yolk sac which will help to produce blood and to nourish your itty-bitty embryo.
Your uterus and fertilized egg are coming in contact of each other for implantation of fertilized egg this week. This can come up with some of the pregnancy symptoms such as:-
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