A great deal is happening, even though your pregnancy is in its earliest stage. Ovaries lie free in your pelvis; they are close to the uterus and Fallopian tube. At the time of ovulation, the end of the tube (called the fimbria) lies close to the ovary. Some researchers believe this tube opening covers the area on the ovary where the egg is released at the time of ovulation. The release site on the ovary is called the stigma.
Some woman can tell when they ovulate. They may feel mild cramping or pain, or they may an increased vaginal discharge. Occasionally at the time of implantation of the fertilized egg into the uterine cavity, a woman may notice a small amount of bleeding. It's also early for you to notice many changes.
Folic acid, also referred to as folate or vitamin B9, is important to you during pregnancy. Studies indicate taking folic acid during pregnancy may help prevent or decrease the incidence of neural-tube defects, which are defective closures of the neural tube during early pregnancy. Neural-tube defect is the first major defect that researchers found could be prevented by good nutrition. A neural-tube defect may occur because of a vitamin deficiency in the mother