It starts with first day of your menstrual cycle. In this period, <br />conception does not occur, but your uterus is gett...
Your uterus is abundant with blood tissue and your eggs are <br />maturing in one of your ovaries and getting ready to rel...
The sperm penetrates the egg in the fallopian tube. Although <br />many sperms meet the egg, only one sperm enters your <b...
After the ‘blastocyte’ enters the uterus, it will settle in one <br />spot of your uterus. Now, these cells split into two...
The embryo develops in layers, ectoderm (outer layer), <br />mesoderm (middle layer), and endoderm (inner layer).<br />
Your baby is 1/17 of an inch long. This is the rapid growing week. <br />In this week, your baby starts to have heart beat...
Development of arms and legs continue. The size of your <br />baby is 1/3 of inch. The other organs like brain, intestine,...
Your baby will start to have fluttering heartbeat, fingers start <br />to develop, leg buds starts to show feet, face appe...
Almost all organs will develop. In the eleventh week, the baby is <br />called as fetus. In this week, the baby is about t...
The baby starts to practice inhalation and exhalation. In the<br />sixteenth week, baby’s sex can be identified.<br />
The ‘Vernix’ starts to develop to protect the skin of your baby <br />from amniotic fluid. The baby reaches nearly a pound...
The spine starts to develop, lungs begin to secrete, and the <br />baby can open eyelids. The baby weighs around 2 pounds....
The eyes are completely formed and hair grows.  The baby can <br />recognize your voice. Reproductive organs will also be ...
In this month, the baby weighs around 4 pounds and has a height <br />of 19 inches. The baby takes more space inside the u...
The ‘Vernix’ disappears and the baby cannot move. Now, <br />you are about to deliver your baby. The little one is <br />g...
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Pregnancy Calendar - A Guide From Conception To The Birth Of Your Baby

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Pregnancy Calendar - A Guide From Conception To The Birth Of Your Baby

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  2. 2. It starts with first day of your menstrual cycle. In this period, <br />conception does not occur, but your uterus is getting <br />prepared for fertilization.<br />
  3. 3. Your uterus is abundant with blood tissue and your eggs are <br />maturing in one of your ovaries and getting ready to release one. <br />From the day of your menstrual period, around fourteen to <br />sixteen days, ovulation takes place <br />(for a 28-day menstrual cycle period).<br />
  4. 4. The sperm penetrates the egg in the fallopian tube. Although <br />many sperms meet the egg, only one sperm enters your <br />ovum and fertilization takes place.<br />
  5. 5. After the ‘blastocyte’ enters the uterus, it will settle in one <br />spot of your uterus. Now, these cells split into two groups; <br />one that forms the placenta and the other that forms the baby.<br />
  6. 6. The embryo develops in layers, ectoderm (outer layer), <br />mesoderm (middle layer), and endoderm (inner layer).<br />
  7. 7. Your baby is 1/17 of an inch long. This is the rapid growing week. <br />In this week, your baby starts to have heart beating and the <br />arms and legs will be formed along with some other organs.<br />
  8. 8. Development of arms and legs continue. The size of your <br />baby is 1/3 of inch. The other organs like brain, intestine, <br />nostrils, lenses will also grow.<br />
  9. 9. Your baby will start to have fluttering heartbeat, fingers start <br />to develop, leg buds starts to show feet, face appears to change <br />with ears, eyes, and tip of nose, and the intestine start to develop.<br />
  10. 10. Almost all organs will develop. In the eleventh week, the baby is <br />called as fetus. In this week, the baby is about two inches. <br />Fingers and toes will be separated and hair starts to grow. <br />Peristalsis and contractions take place in intestine.<br />
  11. 11. The baby starts to practice inhalation and exhalation. In the<br />sixteenth week, baby’s sex can be identified.<br />
  12. 12. The ‘Vernix’ starts to develop to protect the skin of your baby <br />from amniotic fluid. The baby reaches nearly a pounds weight.<br />
  13. 13. The spine starts to develop, lungs begin to secrete, and the <br />baby can open eyelids. The baby weighs around 2 pounds.<br />
  14. 14. The eyes are completely formed and hair grows.  The baby can <br />recognize your voice. Reproductive organs will also be formed. <br />The baby weighs four pounds in this month. <br />Fat continues to accumulate. Almost all <br />organs develop during this month.<br />
  15. 15. In this month, the baby weighs around 4 pounds and has a height <br />of 19 inches. The baby takes more space inside the uterus and <br />now there will be less space for the baby to move freely. <br />The Baby's skin will have many layers of fat now <br />and the layers of fat will keep on increasing <br />in the days to come.<br />
  16. 16. The ‘Vernix’ disappears and the baby cannot move. Now, <br />you are about to deliver your baby. The little one is <br />going to be out in this world.<br />
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