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Pregnancy week by week

Pregnancy week by week

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The difference in your fetus's development can be so massive that your obstetrician and doctor judge the length of a pregnancy in weeks, not months. Even the appearance of your fetus can change considerably transforming from an indistinguishable blob to a tiny human being in the length of a few weeks. How many pregnant women have wished for a window into their bellies to watch these epic changes occur? Obviously, this kind of technology isn't available yet, but consulting our week-by-week pregnancy information is almost as close. Read on to see what your little one is doing as the two of you get closer to your much anticipated introduction.

Week 1
Congratulations, you're pregnant - almost! Did you know that you're already considered two weeks ...

Week 2
Technically, you're not pregnant at the end of your second week of pregnancy. Doctors count your ...

Week 3
While you're not technically pregnant during your first two weeks of pregnancy, the third week is ...

Week 4
By now, you probably know that you're pregnant. Most likely, you've taken a pregnancy test and ...

Week 5
Even though your baby is only weeks old, he or she is already going through major developments! The ...

Week 6
The first weeks of your baby's development are the busiest, and the most crucial. At this point, your baby ...

Week 7
At the seventh week mark, your baby is still incredibly tiny about as big as a grain of rice. However, these ...

Week 8
Week eight brings some exciting changes to your baby's appearance even from the seventh to the ...

Week 9
In the ninth week, your baby's body is quite developed in terms of major organs and facial ...

Week 10
At week ten, your fetus is still extremely tiny about 1.25 to 1.68 inches. The first few weeks are ...

Week 11
You are almost at the end of your first trimester congratulations; you're just about a third of the way ...

Week 12
Many mothers-to-be begin to embrace their pregnancy as they near the end of the first trimester. ...

Week 13
You're now entering your second trimester, and you'll definitely begin to see your body shape ...

Week 14
Now that your baby is fully developed, organs and body parts are beginning to function in the ...

Week 15
This time in your pregnancy is one of the most exciting you get to see your baby up close ...

Week 16
The movement you feel around week 16 is due to the baby's bones hardening, although you may ...

Week 17
During your second trimester, your baby grows rapidly, and at the seventeenth week the placenta ...

Week 18
Baby is getting bigger! He or she is up to 6.5 inches and weighs almost six and a half ounces. ...

Week 19
You're in your fourth month of pregnancy, and your baby is almost 6 inches from head to rump, ...

Week 20
You're halfway through your pregnancy! All of your baby's crucial development is finished, ...

Week 21
As you enter week 21, your baby's growth is still increasing, although not as rapidly as it was i...

Week 22
Now in your fifth month of pregnancy, your baby is nearing 7.6 inches and is almost 13.5 ounces. ...

Week 23
At week 23, your baby may be able survive in intensive care if born prematurely. From this week ...

Week 24
From this week on, you may be able to feel your baby's hiccups in the womb. You'll probably ...

Week 25
Your baby is still filling out in the womb, and you'll notice that your stomach begins to expand on the ...

Week 26
Your baby is becoming more prepared for life on the outside the lungs are starting to secrete a ...

Week 27
At the end of this week, you'll be finished with your second trimester. You'll likely have gained ...

Week 28
This is your first week of your third trimester you're almost there! Your weight gain is probably ...

Week 29
For many women, the third trimester is the hardest ' when pregnancy discomfort is at its worst, when ...

Week 30
You're in your seventh month of pregnancy, and both you and the baby are still growing. The baby is ...

Week 31
This week, your baby isn't growing at such a rapid rate, although you may still be feeling very uncomfortable ...

Week 32
Starting in your third trimester, you'll be seeing your physician once every other week instead of once ...

Week 33
This is a time of rapid growth for your baby. In the remaining seven weeks of your pregnancy, the baby...

Week 34
During week 34, your baby may move into the head-down position for delivery. He or she is around ...

Week 35
Your baby could come at any time now! You'll be seeing your physician once every week or two weeks ...

Week 36
Baby is now at around six pounds in weight, and is almost 19 inches long. If you're having multiples, each ...

Week 37
The baby continues to develop more and more body fat to prepare for life once he or she is born. He or ...

Week 38
Two more weeks to go, and you're probably ready to have that baby! He or she is now nearing seven ...

Week 39
In your 39th week, you may be feeling false labor contractions quite a bit or it could be the real thing! ...

Week 40
Congratulations you've almost made it! This will be your last week of pregnancy, although you could ...

 


 
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