At 10 weeks pregnant, you may hear the heartbeat of your baby using Doppler. Morning sickness is likely to be reduced now. Hurray!!!
Your baby's genitalia has started to develop at 9 weeks pregnant and your doctor may be able to tell you the gender. Excited?
Your baby's fingers, toes, spine, and even central nervous system is starting to form at 8 weeks pregnant. He/ She is just about the size of a kidney bean.
Your baby's arms, legs, hands, and feet are beginning to form at 7 weeks pregnant. You may experience symptoms like nausea, morning sickness, fatigue, etc.
At 6 weeks pregnant, your baby's ears, nose, and mouth are starting to develop. You may experience symptoms like morning sickness, fatigue, and mood swings.
Your fetus is growing quickly at 5 weeks pregnant and you may start experiencing pregnancy symptoms like sore breasts, morning sickness, nausea, etc.
Learn from experts what's going on with your body and baby at being 4 weeks pregnant and how to deal with pregnancy symptoms.