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Your Baby's Journey - Womb To The World

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Here we present a complete journey of a baby from conception to birth.
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Your Baby's Journey - Womb To The World

  1. 1. Your Baby’s Journey – Womb to the World
  2. 2. Are you wondering how big your baby is, what it looks like when it grows inside you and how your little one lives inside the womb? Take a look at your sweetheart's journey inside the womb and see how a baby grows month by month.
  3. 3. Conception
  4. 4. Conception happens when a sperm meets and penetrates an egg inside the womb. After 3 days of conception, the fertilized egg passes through the fallopian tube into the uterus, where it gets attached to the uterine wall and starts developing day by day.
  5. 5. Baby’s Development
  6. 6. At 4 Weeks
  7. 7. At this stage, the baby is forming its structures & the baby’s face & neck are formed now. The heart and blood vessels are still in developing condition and lungs, stomach, and the liver begins to develop.
  8. 8. At 8 Weeks
  9. 9. Now the baby is just over half an inch in size. The eyelids and ears form & you can see the nose tip. The arms & legs have formed as well. The toes & fingers have started to grow longer and more distinct.
  10. 10. At 12 Weeks
  11. 11. Now the baby is about 2 inches tall & starts making movements. You can begin to feel your uterus above your pubic bone. Using special equipment the doctor can detect the baby's heartbeat.
  12. 12. At 16 Weeks
  13. 13. Now the baby measures about 4.3 to 4.6 inches & weighs around 3.5 ounces. You should be able to feel around 3 in below your belly button at the top of your uterus. The eyes of the baby may blink.
  14. 14. At 20 Weeks
  15. 15. Now the infant weighs about 10 ounces and is just over 6 inches long. Your uterus should be up to your stomach button level. The baby will be able to suck a thumb, yawn, stretch, and make faces.
  16. 16. At 24 Weeks
  17. 17. The baby now weighs around 1.4 pounds and reacts to sounds by raising his pulse or by moving. The baby may be able to sense being upside down in the womb with the inner ear fully developed.
  18. 18. At 28 Weeks
  19. 19. Now, the baby weighs about 2 pounds and 6 ounces and changes position often at this point in pregnancy. In case of premature delivery. It is important to ask the doctor about preterm labour warning signs.
  20. 20. At 32 Weeks
  21. 21. Now, the baby weighs almost 4 pounds and is moving around often. The skin of the infant has fewer lines, as a fat layer begins to form under the skin. You might find a leakage of yellow fluid from your breasts.
  22. 22. At 36 Weeks
  23. 23. At this point, a baby weighs about 6 pounds and is about 18.5 inches tall. The brain has developed and the lungs are almost formed to the maximum. By now, the head is usually placed down into the pelvis.
  24. 24. Birth!
  25. 25. The due date for a mom marks the end of her 40th week. The date of delivery is determined using the first day of her final period. Depending on this, pregnancy can last between 38 and 42 weeks with a full delivery occurring around 40 weeks or so. For safety reasons, most babies are delivered by 42 weeks. Sometimes the doctor may need to induce labour.

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