Each week of pregnancy is a new adventure. That’s why we want to guide you at this stage and clear all your doubts. Know the size of your baby each week and how it develops, the source of the symptoms and changes you will begin to feel in your body, as well as useful tips to take care of you during gestation.Find out what week you are and discover the changes that are taking place within you. Pregnancy detailed month to month and week to week. With the complete pregnancy calculator you can quickly find out which week of pregnancy you are in and you will be able to directly access the contents that interest you most every week. In addition, you can get in touch directly with other moms who are in your same period.
Pregnancy Calculator Week by Week Symptoms
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- Your fertilized egg divides for the first time just one day after being fertilized. The division continues the following days and forms a ball, called blastocyst that in the first four days can have more than 100 cells.
- From the first to the third weeks the embryo develops, which will give rise to the onset of the fetus, already with a human figure.
- The embryo now is so small that it could only be seen with a microscope. However, during these 5 weeks, the embryo multiplies by 40 its measure. The embryo measures: 0.1 cm
- As of week 11 begins a quieter period. Morning discomfort begins to disappear, although it obviously depends on the mother, there are mothers who take a little longer.
- At this stage, some babies suck their thumbs. The child continues to grow. The neck lengthens and the head is not so bent towards the chest.
- At this time, you can hear the baby’s heartbeat putting the ears on your abdomen. You should know that your heart rate is closely linked to your child’s and your stress and habits influence you directly. If you do not have healthy habits and rhythm of life, you can develop various problems.
- If you had a preterm birth at this point, you could survive without problems. Although, of course, the longer you are inside your belly, the more developed and healthy you will be at the time you are born.
- At week 40 the fetus is full size and ready to be born. Do not worry if it is not yet born, the baby is ready and it is a matter of time. Medical checks will be continuous to ensure there is no problem. The baby weighs approximately 3.2 kg. The baby measures: about 50 cm.