Your feet may swell and start to feel numb, so try shifting positions often. She may have thin eyebrows and is sprouting some hair on her head. The digestive tract and reproductive organs are formed, but it's still too early for even a skilled technician to tell whether you're having a boy or a girl.
The breasts are usually sore and swollen. The eighth week is when the fetus starts to move a lot and weights up to one gram, about the size of 1. Lethargy may be more pronounced from this week onwards, since the baby is starting to grow complex structure which needs a lot of energy supple. Try taking adamant sleep and healthy food at regular intervals.
Mood swings may persist along with morning sickness. Try taking up activities that can help distract your mind. The weight of the baby is about 3 g by the end of 10 th week and size of 3. At this stage, a small bump may become visible on your abdomen. Mothers usually feel very hungry during this stage; try curbing your eating habits with healthy, nutritious and high fiber foods. Around this week, nausea may reduce considerably.
One important thing to note is that unnecessary use of drugs should be avoided, unless prescribed by a doctor. By the end of 12 th week, the weight of the baby will be around 14 grams with the length of 5. With morning sickness, low energy and a lot of hormonal changes, try taking up and relaxing but simple exercises or yoga. Visit your dentist if signs of any oral mouth infections appear, since catching mouth infections usually occurs around this week.
Since high urinating frequency increases the risk of dehydration especially in hot humid days, you should try to increase your water intake. The baby weighs around 43 g and ultrasound at this time will reveal the gender of the baby due to completion of external genital.
Heart palpitations may be observed and hunger will increase. Try having small snacks at regular intervals rather than having large quantities at a time. The size of the baby is about In the coming few weeks, the rate of weight gain by baby will increase significantly. Naval lines will appear, hair will thicken and the abdominal movements will occur, since the baby has started to move and shift.
The size of the baby is about 13 cm and weighs by around g about double as compared to 15 th week. You may sweat excessively, feel constipated and experience increased vaginal secretions. Help your condition by drinking lots of water. By the end of this week, the baby starts to gain an almost longitudinal yet circular shape. The length will be about At this stage, the length is about Your baby is also developing her musculo-skeletal structures so that you will experience quickening fetal movements in the coming few weeks.
This is the time you may begin to feel extra weight, so try to rest on your back. You may also suffer varying degrees of backache. The weight of the body is about g by the end of 21 st week and has a head to bottom length of At this stage, you realize that you have completed almost half your pregnancy weeks and now the baby really starts gaining a lot of weight dimensions weight g and length After this week, your baby becomes viable and is capable of surviving outside maternal body with intensive care in case of premature birth Weight g, length 30 cm.
Your baby is gaining more fat and growing more hair. New sense of equilibrium is also acquired by your baby weight of about g and length of about Your baby starts to practice breathing and the brain is active. Head to heel length is about Your baby has now grown a skin, stick to your routine of eating healthy and drinking lots of water. By 32nd week, the baby will weight around 1. The baby is now rotating towards your pelvic region, so avoid sudden movements and do not over stress yourself.
Baby is thrice her size of 11 th week. The average size and weight is approximately The rate and frequency of uterine contractions will increase slightly and the cervix will become smoother and softer.
By the end of 40th week, your baby has gained substantial amount of weight and approximately weighs about 6. Labor signs are due any time now. Baby and Fruit Size Chart. At this stage, circulatory system begins to develop This week is mostly marked by mood swings and feeling lethargic after every day routine. All muscles and major systems are in developmental stages by this time. Try wearing loose fitted clothes for more comfort. You may experience baby kicks at this stage. As you enter your second trimester, your baby is the size of a peach.
All of her internal organs formed during the first trimester, and they will continue to mature from now until she's born. Your baby is now the size of an apple.
His brain now controls all the muscles in her body; he is able to move. Yes, he'll even do somersaults! But if this is your first baby, you probably won't feel him moving for several more weeks.
Your baby is now the size of an onion. He has hiccupped before, but this is the first time you might feel it. Your baby is now about the size of a sweet potato—and her tiny fingers now have unique fingerprints!
Your baby is now about the size of a mango. His legs are now longer than his arms, and he'll start giving you "hello" jabs at regular intervals, which you may be able to feel if this is your second or third pregnancy.
First-time moms still might not feel anything for a few more weeks. Your baby is now the size of a banana. She may have thin eyebrows and is sprouting some hair on her head. Your baby is as long as a carrot, and his skin now responds to touch. If you put pressure on your belly, he'll move away or push back. Your baby is the size of a papaya. Her lungs are developing rapidly, and they will begin making a protein called surfactant, which will help her breathe independently once she's born.
Your baby is as big as an eggplant. His brain and hearing are more developed this week, and he's beginning to recognize your voice. Your baby is as long as an ear of corn. Her nostrils are opening now for "practice breathing"; she'll go through the same motions of real breathing but inhale amniotic fluid instead of air. Your baby is the size of an acorn squash. He's developing a firm grasp and may reach out and grab the umbilical cord. He can also stick out his tongue!
Your baby is nearly as long as a zucchini. Her eyebrows and eyelashes are well-defined; plus, she has more hair on her head this week.
Your baby is now the size of a cauliflower. At this point, he may be able to distinguish between your voice and your husband's or partner's voice. Your baby is the size of a large butternut squash. His skin is still wrinkly, but as fat accumulates, he will fill out. Your baby is the size of a large cabbage. She has cycles of sleeping and waking.
After 30 to 90 minutes of snoozing, she may give you a kick to let you know she's awake. Your baby is about as long as a bunch of leeks, and she will now gain as much as a half pound per week until she's born.
Your baby is the size of a Napa cabbage. Because her taste buds are developed, she may acquire a preference for the foods you eat, which she samples when she swallows amniotic fluid.
Your baby is the size of a pineapple. Lanugo, the fine hair that covered her entire body and helped keep her warm as she developed, is starting to disappear, but there might still be patches of it on her shoulders and back. Your baby is the size of a cantaloupe. Her bones are fully developed by now, and she's turning her head, pirouetting, and moving her body from side to side.
Your baby is the size of a honeydew melon. In preparation for birth , he is now upside down in your uterus. Your baby is now the size of a head of romaine lettuce, and her wrinkly suit of skin is filling out as she gets plumper.
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