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  1. 1. By: Elizabeth Brummitt
  2. 2.  First Trimester  Second Trimester  Third Trimester  Conclusion  Resources
  3. 3. Symptoms and What to Expect  Frequent Urination  Feel delighted,  Mood Swings anxious, exhilarated, and exhausted all at  Morning Sickness once  Dizziness  Hormones trigger body  Fatigue to begin nourishing a  Heartburn baby  Experience bouts of weepiness and mood swings
  4. 4. Fetal Development  Month 1: (weeks 0-8)  Month 3: ( weeks 12-16) 1. Basic growth and 1. Eyelids Close development. 2. Fetus can make a fist 2. Arm and leg buds 3. Nails start to develop. become visible. 4. Baby has developed most 3. Heart is now beating at organs and tissues. a steady Rhythm. 4. ¼ inch long.  Month 2: (weeks 8-12) 1. Formation of lungs, jaw, nose, and palate begin 2. Ears form externally and internally. 3. About 1 inch long and size of a bean
  5. 5. Quiz/Questioning  When do the organs and tissue form?  What month does the heart begin to beat at a steady rhythm?  Name two symptoms that are experienced during the first trimester of pregnancy? HOME
  6. 6. Symptoms and What to Expect  Leg cramps  Time when the women  Heart burn begin to look pregnant.  Nose bleeds  Begin to feel you fetus  Hand pains and move. numbness  Early symptoms of  Stretch mars and skin pregnancy have resolved changes and discomforts of the third trimester have no yet begun.
  7. 7. Fetal Development  Month 4: (week 16-20)  Month 6: (week 24-28) 1. Babies eyes have begun to 1. Baby is becoming more face forward. active and can swallow. 2. Baby can squint, frown, and 2. Eyebrows may become make sucking motions. visible. 3. About 4 ½ inches long and 3. Slightly over 8 inches weigh nearly 4 ounces. and weighs 1 1/3 pounds.  Month 5: (week 20-24) 1. Able to pick up mother’s voice in conversation 2. Pregnancy is half over! 3. About 6 1/3 inches and weighs about 11 ounces.
  8. 8. Quiz/ Questioning  What weeks mark the 5th month?  What month can the baby start to pick up your voice in conversation?  About how big is the baby at 6 months? HOME
  9. 9. Symptoms and What to Expect  Braxton Hicks  Physically or emotionally Contractions challenging.  Fatigue  Baby’s size and position  Back pain make it hard to get  Pelvic pains comfortable.  Exciting sensations are  Breathing difficulty often accompanied by  Difficulty sleeping increasing discomfort.  Frequent urination
  10. 10. Fetal Development  Month 7: (weeks 28-32)  Month 9: (36-40) 1. Baby’s eyes open. 1. Baby is considered full term. 2. Bones are fully developed. 2. Organs are ready to function on 3. Lungs aren’t fully own. developed, but practice 3. Brain and nervous system are breathing. working better everyday.  Month 8: (weeks 32-36) 4. Allow 1-2 weeks before or after 1. Baby’s pupils can constrict, due date to deliver. dilate, and detect light. 2. Fingernails have reached fingertips. 3. Baby gains about ½ pound every week.
  11. 11. Quiz/ Questioning  Why is it so hard for pregnant women to get comfortable?  How many weeks should you allow after/before your due to date to have the baby?  What are two of the symptoms women experience in the third trimester? HOME
  12. 12. Conclusion  Pregnancy is a wonderful experience, but has many processes that makes it difficult at times. Having many symptoms, aches, and pains are a part of the process that make the experience seem hard. Pregnancy has many different stages that lead up to the 9 month experience. The baby development is an interesting thing to follow. Knowing exactly what is developing in the baby during each week and month is a very important part of the process of pregnancy. HOME
  13. 13. •DiLeo, D. G., & MD. (2009, June 1). The First Trimester of Pregnancy: An Overview. Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Names, Parenting and Family Resources — BabyZone.com. Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://www.babyzone.com/pregnancy/trimesters/first_trimester/article/first-trimester-pregnancy- overview •DiLeo, D. G., & MD. (n.d.). The First Trimester of Pregnancy: An Overview. Pregnancy, Baby, Baby Names, Parenting and Family Resources — BabyZone.com. Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://www.babyzone.com/pregnancy/trimesters/first_trimester/article/first-trimester-pregnancy- overview •Fetal Development: The Second Trimester. (2009, June 23). Pregnancy Week by Week. Retrieved January 24, 2010, from www.mayoclinic.com/health/fetal-development/PR00113 •Fetal Development: The Third Trimester. (2009, July 25). Pregnancy Week by Week. Retrieved January 26, 2010, from www.mayoclinic.com/health/fetal-development/PR00114/NSECTIONGROUP=2 •First Trimester Of Pregnancy, First Stage Of Pregnancy, Stage Of Pregnancy Development, Pregnancy Trimester, Different Stage Of Pregnancy. (n.d.). Pregnancy Period: #1 Pregnancy Information Resource. Retrieved January 26, 2010, from http://www.pregnancy-period.com/first_trimester_of_pregnancy.html •First Trimester Pregnancy: What to Expect. (2009, June 20). Pregnancy Week by Week. Retrieved January 24, 2010, from http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/pregnancy/PR00004 •Pregnancy-Your Second Trimester. (n.d.). WebMD - Better information. Better health.. Retrieved January 25, 2010, from http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-your-second-trimester •Pregnancy-Your Third Trimester. (n.d.). WebMD - Better information. Better health.. Retrieved January 25, 2010, from http://www.webmd.com/baby/guide/pregnancy-your-third-trimester •Second TrimesterPregnancy: What to Expect. (n.d.). Pregnancy Week by Week. Retrieved January 24, 2010, from www.mayoclinic.com/health/pregnancy/PR00018

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