Baby: sized like peanut, the baby with head up and neck growing. When ultrasound, although you have not felt yet, you will see how the baby moves.
3 Months pregnant: pregnant 9 weeks belly
Mum: The uterus continues to grow and grow. If you do not tell people you are pregnant they do not pay much attention. You will not gain weight, especially if you are fed up with food, hunger, heartburn, indigestion, nausea or flatulence.
Tip for the week: Eat more foods that contain calcium like cheese, sardines, and broccoli. Babies need lots of food and so do you.
3 Months pregnant: pregnant week 10 what to expect
Baby: still small but superficial and acting like a child. The arms and legs are longer, and can even bend the elbows and knees.
Mum: The size of the womb is now the size of a grapefruit. You may not show up, but wearing loose clothing will make you feel better. The common symptoms are fatigued and erratic but they do not last long.
Pregnant 12 weeks symptoms
Baby: All parts of the baby are growing, from the toes to the toes. The baby will continue to grow, become bigger and stronger until the rest of pregnancy. By the end of this week, the possibility of miscarriage dropped significantly.
Mum: You will feel more energetic in the next few weeks. You will increase from 0.5 kg to 3.5 kg. The father may also experience symptoms of virtual pregnancy including nausea, abdominal pain, altered appetite and weight gain.
Tip for the week: Try not to worry about stretch marks. Most women have stretch marks on their breasts, abdomen, hips, buttocks or sometimes during pregnancy. They will not disappear, but they usually fade after pregnancy. Creams and oils do not make small cracks even though the manufacturers advertise. Stretch marks depend on the natural elasticity of the skin.
Pregnant week 13 symptoms
Baby: growing fast! The eyes are in place, the ankles and wrists have formed, although the head is still not matching, the rest of the body has begun to form.
Mum: The uterus has grown up a lot, filling the pelvis and starting to grow towards the lower abdomen like a soft ball. If you do not gain weight because of morning sickness, now you start to feel better.
Tips for the Week: See a doctor with your husband to hear your baby’s heartbeat.
What is happening inside you?
By the end of the third month, babies form all parts with arms, hands, fingers, feet, and toes. Hands can open and close. Nails and toenails begin to grow, the outer ear and teeth form. Genital organs also develop, but it is difficult to distinguish boys or girls if ultrasound. The circulatory system, the urinary tract begins work and the liver begins to produce bile.