Week two of your pregnancy is pretty much going to be the same thing as week one. What’s excellent about week two, however, is that it’s the best time to try and get pregnant. Here’s why: this is when you’re likely to see the signs of ovulation. There should be white cervical mucus, your breasts will feel sore, you’ll have some light spotting, and some pelvic pain. It’s recommended that you engage in intercourse every other day during the second week of your menstrual cycle to increase your chances.
If you are pregnant during week two, however, you’re still not going to see any signs. Some women do report seeing symptoms, such as morning sickness, spotting, frequent urination, and bloating.