Pregnancy: what to expect

Dillon Regan hour.2

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all of the information in this flyer is accredited to:

First trimester (Mom)

4 weeks- you found out you're pregnant. Surprise!

6 weeks- moodiness begins; you also start bleeding

10 weeks- your uterus is as big as a grapefruit, your clothes will begin not to fit

12 weeks- heartburn

Second trimester (Mom)

14 weeks- you begin to regain your energy, the queasiness goes away

16 weeks- your baby begins to move and start kicking

26 weeks- achey back, you begin to develop a higher blood pressure

Third Trimester (Mom)

30 weeks- trouble sleeping, feel clumsier than normal

34 weeks- more fatigue, becomes easy to get dizzy upon standing

38 weeks- no changes, just waiting for "labor day" to come

First Trimester (Baby)

4 weeks- organs begin to develop and function

6 weeks- ears growing, your baby now has a heart beat, it beats at 100-160 beats per minute, its 1/4 of an inch long

10 weeks- around an inch long, weighs less than a 1/4 of an ounce

12 weeks- his fingers open and close, his muscles clinch, the mouth moves, around 2 inches long

Second Trimester (Baby)

14 weeks- the baby can squint, pee, and suck its thumb. Weighs around 1 1/2 ounces, around 3 inches long

16 weeks- the legs begin to develop more, the eyes and ears are almost in their final positions

26 weeks- the baby can hear. around 2 pounds and 2 feet long

Third Trimester (Baby)

30 weeks- about 16 inches long, around 3 pounds, and their developing eyes remain closed

34 weeks- almost 5 pounds and 2 and a half feet long, the baby begins to gain fat

38 weeks- the organs fully matured, and the baby is ready for life outside the womb.

Advice for father

do everything your impregnated significant other asks, make sure she rests and she is well taken care of