Sunday, October 2, 2011

Development of The Fetus for The Second Trimester


Day 85 12 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 5-6 cm or 2.0-2.4 inches. Baby weighs about 14 grams or 0.5 ounces.
Day 86 12 weeks 2 days Baby's skin is pink and delicate.
Day 87 12 weeks 3 days Baby is making hormones such as insulin now.
Day 88 12 weeks 4 days Baby's liver is producing bile.
Day 89 12 weeks 5 days Pregnancy amnesia kicks in. You may find yourself more forgetful.
Day 90 12 weeks 6 days Sleeping on your belly is likely impossible. Try sleeping on your side.
Day 91 13 weeks Using a body pillow at night may help with discomfort.
Day 92 13 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 7-9 cm or 3.0-3.5 inches. Baby weighs about 35 grams or 1.25 ounces.
Day 93 13 weeks 2 days Baby's tooth sockets are forming.
Day 94 13 weeks 3 days Baby's hair follicles develop.
Day 95 13 weeks 4 days Sleeping with your head elevated may help with night time heartburn.
Day 96 13 weeks 5 days Exercises performed laying flat on your back should be avoided now.
Day 97 13 weeks 6 days Lamaze, Bradley, Dick-Read, and hypnobirthing are childbirth methods to consider.
Day 98 14 weeks If you haven't picked one already, you are probably looking for baby names.
Day 99 14 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 9-10 cm or 3.5-4.0 inches. Baby weighs about 50 grams or 1.75 ounces.
Day 100 14 weeks 2 days Baby begins to inhale and exhale amniotic fluid (practicing breathing).
Day 101 14 weeks 3 days Morning sickness has hopefully disappeared.
Day 102 14 weeks 4 days Baby has meconium present in the intestines now.
Day 103 14 weeks 5 days Mom may find her skin drier during pregnancy. Lotions may help.
Day 104 14 weeks 6 days Moms may experience leg cramps. Make sure to stretch legs when they occur.
Day 105 15 weeks Some women experience carpal tunnel syndrome during pregnancy. Talk to your doctor if you experience muscle aches in your hands and wrist.
Day 106 15 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 10-11 cm or 4-4.3 inches. Baby weighs about 100 grams or 3.5 ounces.
Day 107 15 weeks 2 days Baby may be sucking its thumb.
Day 108 15 weeks 3 days You may be starting to feel baby move now. First time moms may not feel baby move till closer to 20 weeks.
Day 109 15 weeks 4 days Baby's sex is distinguishable now. If you have an ultrasound it is possible to detect the baby's gender this early.
Day 110 15 weeks 5 days You'll probably be asked if you want blood work done for alpha fetoprotein testing done (a screening for neural tube defects or Down's Syndrome).
Day 111 15 weeks 6 days Moms may feel frustrated that you are too big for your regular clothes, but don't quite fit into maternity clothes.
Day 112 16 weeks There are many old wive's tales predicting baby's gender. Try our gender prediction quiz.
Day 113 16 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 11 or 12 cm or 5 inches. Baby weighs about 100-150 grams or 3.5-5.3 ounces.
Day 114 16 weeks 2 days Baby's eyes and ears are in their proper place now.
Day 115 16 weeks 3 days Baby's circulatory system is completely functional.
Day 116 16 weeks 4 days Baby's sweat glands are developing.
Day 117 16 weeks 5 days Moms may have back pain during pregnancy. Try wearing a pregnancy support belt.
Day 118 16 weeks 6 days If you have other children, try having them sit on your lap instead of carrying or lifting them.
Day 119 17 weeks Eating high fiber foods such as fruits, veggies, and bran cereal may help with constipation.
Day 120 17 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 13.5 cm or 5.3 inches. Baby weighs about 150-200 grams or 5.3-7.0 ounces.
Day 121 17 weeks 2 days Fine hair called lanugo is starting to appear.
Day 122 17 weeks 3 days Baby's fingerprints and toeprints are forming.
Day 123 17 weeks 4 days Baby's teeth beginning to form enamel.
Day 124 17 weeks 5 days Mom may be experiencing round ligament pains - pain or discomfort on one or both sides of abdomen.
Day 125 17 weeks 6 days Ask your doctor or midwife for safe over the counter medications to take for heartburn.
Day 126 18 weeks You probably have begun shopping for baby clothes and baby furniture.
Day 127 18 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 15 cm or 6 inches. Baby weighs about 250 grams or 8.5 ounces.
Day 128 18 weeks 2 days Baby is sucking and swallowing.
Day 129 18 weeks 3 days Try talking to your baby. Baby can hear you.
Day 130 18 weeks 4 days Baby may assume favorite positions.
Day 131 18 weeks 5 days Moms may have a white vaginal discharge known as leukorrhea.
Day 132 18 weeks 6 days Moms may experience bleeding gums when brushing teeth.
Day 133 19 weeks You may have to be creative and try different positions during sexual intercourse.
Day 134 19 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 16 cm or 6.3 inches. Baby weighs about 300 grams or 10.5 ounces.
Day 135 19 weeks 2 days Fetal heartbeat can be heard with fetoscope.
Day 136 19 weeks 3 days Baby's skin becomes less transparent.
Day 137 19 weeks 4 days Baby can grasp things.
Day 138 19 weeks 5 days Moms should elevate their feet and legs when resting or sitting to help with swelling.
Day 139 19 weeks 6 days If mom has developed hemorrhoids ice packs or topical ointments may help.
Day 140 20 weeks Now is a good time to register for childbirth preparations class.
Day 141 20 weeks 1 days Baby's crown to rump length is 18 cm or 7 inches. Baby weighs about 300-350 grams or 10.5-12.3 ounces.
Day 142 20 weeks 2 days Vernix, a white lanolin-like covering, appears on baby to protect its skin.
Day 143 20 weeks 3 days You may have had an ultrasound and know your baby's gender.
Day 144 20 weeks 4 days Baby's nipples now appear on mammary glands.
Day 145 20 weeks 5 days Dad may become more involved in pregnancy.
Day 146 20 weeks 6 days Moms might have more vivid dreams or nightmares.
Day 147 21 weeks If you are planning to breastfeed, a breastfeeding class is recommended.
Day 148 21 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 19 cm or 7.5 inches.Baby weighs about 350-425 grams or 12.3-15 ounces.
Day 149 21 weeks 2 days Baby's eyelashes and eyebrows are growing.
Day 150 21 weeks 3 days Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 10 inches.
Day 151 21 weeks 4 days Baby now sleeps and wakes on a somewhat regular schedule.
Day 152 21 weeks 5 days A birth plan is something you might be working on.
Day 153 21 weeks 6 days Some moms will hire a doula or labor assistant for support during labor.
Day 154 22 weeks During the second trimester, moms feel less fatigue and more energy.
Day 155 22 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 20 cm or 7.9 inches. Baby weighs about 425-500 grams or 15 ounces -1.1 pounds.
Day 156 22 weeks 2 days Baby is starting to make antibodies.
Day 157 22 weeks 3 days Dad may be able to see or feel baby's movements.
Day 158 22 weeks 4 days Baby's heartbeat is getting stronger.
Day 159 22 weeks 5 days Some moms have difficultly wearing contacts during pregnancy. This usually resolves 6 weeks postpartum.
Day 160 22 weeks 6 days Moms may start to worry about weight gain. Nutrition during pregnancy is vital for proper development.
Day 161 23 weeks Sex life may be affected. Dad may have fears of hurting your or baby. You may desire sex more or sex drive may go down during pregnancy.
Day 162 23 weeks 1 day Baby's crown to rump length is 21 cm or 8.3 inches. Baby weighs about 500-600 grams or 1.1-1.3 pounds
Day 163 23 weeks 2 days Bleeding and blurred vision are some danger sings in pregnancy.
Day 164 23 weeks 3 days Baby's lungs are developing. Alveoli are forming.
Day 165 23 weeks 4 days Baby has developed a hand grip reflex and startle reflex.
Day 166 23 weeks 5 days Baby is getting bigger and has less space to move around.
Day 167 23 weeks 6 days Mom may be experiencing Braxton Hicks Contractions.
Day 168 24 weeks Dizziness during pregnancy sometimes occurs. Sleeping on your side is one thing you can do to help.

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