Exercise still matters at 23 weeks pregnant. Keeping active means you will be well prepared for the birth, and primed for a rapid recovery. Your baby is about the size of a plump watermelon.
At 22 weeks pregnant, you may see some unwanted, though usually temporary, side effects. Keep yourself hydrated to cope with itchy and dry skin.
At 21 weeks pregnant, you are becoming more aware of your lively baby. Learn what to expect during this week. Your baby is just about the size of a papaya.
At 20 weeks pregnant, you have officially hit the halfway mark. An ultrasound gives you a glimpse of your well-formed baby. Just about the size of a carrot.
At 19 weeks pregnant, your baby’s senses of sight sound, taste, touch, and smell are forming in the brain. You may feel heartburn, constipation, and indigestion.
At 18 weeks pregnant, your baby's facial features are well formed and unique fingerprints have begun to develop. Moms may feel hip and back pain this week.
At 16 weeks pregnant, you will start looking pregnant even if you don't feel it. You can hear your baby's heartbeat and she is about the size of an avocado.
At 15 weeks pregnant, amniotic fluid helps baby lungs develop as they run through her tiny nose. Mothers may experience constipation and indigestion.
Your baby is just about the size of an apple at 14 weeks pregnant. New symptoms may surface such as constipation and indigestion.
At 13 weeks pregnant, your baby's hands and feet are no longer webbed, toenails continue to develop. Sit back and enjoy this settled period.