Sunday, June 17, 2012

About Pregnancy

We all know that pregnancy is the term used to describe the condition of the fetus inside the uterus of the last menstrual period to childbirth. We also know that new life takes place within you and there seems every chance that you or your man when he enters our world. But the question is what exactly is happening in this last period until delivery? How to know if it's normal? How do you know if it is? If you want to know, especially those who are new to this wonderful thing called pregnancy can continue reading and lit
 Week 1 (first quarter)

1 week of pregnancy weeks of pregnancy 300x234 WeekYour last menstrual period has just started and plan to become pregnant. The uterus sheds its lining, and ovulation begins to take place. Ovulation is the key to getting pregnant. It is best to "act pregnant" and try to develop a better, healthy habits. Losing any birth control

Week 2

The uterine lining thickens as ovulation begins to occur. Some women feel pain unilateral mittleschmerz call, which is a symptom of ovulation.


Week 3
You need an egg and his sperm has finally reached your fallopian tubes. Cell division begins immediately

Week 4

A pregnancy test would probably be positive now. Chorionic villus sampling is formed by time. Also the development of a gestational sac that will eventually be replaced by the placenta.

Week 5


Your baby's heart begins to beat. It is now possible to differentiate the head and tail of your baby now.


 Week 6

Symptoms such as nausea begins to worsen your breasts begin to enlarge. Your child will grow up to 4-6 mm. The heart begins to swell and other parts of the body begins to develop.


Week 7

Plates of your baby's hand and nose shape. The genital tubercle is present, but it is impossible to know whether a boy or a girl.

 Week 8

You baby is now about 8-11 mm. Elbows begin to appear, and gonad. This may be the best time for you to consult your doctor.
Week 9

Your baby is now the rays of the elbow and feet. Your baby is now 13-17 mm.
Week 10

You feel tired and sick now. Its size starts to grow now. Your baby is now 27 to 35 mm and weighs about 4 grams. Form small fingers and eyelids begin to merge. The tail disappears during the week.
Week 11

During this week, the baby's head would be half the size of the body. This will change as soon as the child grows. The nail also begins to show.
Week 12

Extreme fatigue and nausea is common during the week. The child now has some of the reflexes and movements of the digestive track. You may be able to hear the baby's heartbeat using the Doppler.
Week 13 (second quarter)

The teeth will be formed this week your baby weighs 1 ounce. The intestines are beginning to migrate from the umbilical cord in the abdomen.
Week 14

Your breasts should be expanded now. You'll also developed a line in the middle of your belly to your pubic bone called a linea negra. Meanwhile, your baby starts to urinate into the amniotic fluid. He began practicing the amniotic fluid "breathing" as well.

Week 15

Your child will begin to look like he / she is sucking his thumb. The skin is very thin and blood vessels are visible.

Week 16

You will begin to feel some movement from your baby now. Your baby's fingernails are now trained and ears have moved from the neck to the head. Although a little earlier, try to use an ultrasound to see if your child is a boy or a girl.
Week 17

You may experience vaginal discharge now. The baby now weighs about 5 ounces heavier than the placenta.
Week 18

The bones of your baby will continue to ossification or hardening. Cushion for the fingers and toes are formed and the fingerprints were formed as well.
 Week 19

The baby weighs 8 ounces. Now, it is recommended to be taken seriously as classes become pregnant, they help greatly throughout pregnancy and after childbirth.
Week 20

Creamy white substance called the fuzz forms to protect your child. The baby now weighs up to 10 oz.
Week 21

The child will probably be still a child in the water until it is deposited by the end of the second trimester of pregnancy. The child weighs 13 ounces hours.
Week 22

The baby weighs about 15 grams, and has developed eyebrows. When the increased blood flow and secretions of the vagina and the clitoris, you may feel increased libido. It 'best to talk with your partner about it. 
Week 23

Your baby's fingernails are almost formed. He / she now weighs a little over a pound, and will continue to grow.
 Week 24

Your baby is almost fit as he / she weighs 1 pound and 5 ounces.
Week 25

The baby's bones continue to harden as he / she gets heavier and ounces to a pound 9.
Week 26

You will begin to feel the movement much more for a while. Your baby will begin to listen to you and your entourage. Your baby can jump when startled by a sudden noise.
Week 27

You want to get heavier now, and your baby as he / she weighs 2 pounds.
Week28 (third quarter)

If your baby is a boy, his testes begin to descend now. Your baby now weighs less than 2 pounds, 4 ounces.
Week 29

There will be plenty of discomfort on their part so it is best to maintain good posture, nutrition, exercise and rest. The baby's movements will decrease as s / he moved.
Week 30

If you have Braxton-Hicks, it just means your body is getting ready for work at this time. Your baby now weighs about 3 kilos.
 Week 31

Your abdomen swells as the baby grows. Iris your baby can contract in response to light and the nails have come to the fingertips.
 Week 32

You will have more Braxton-Hicks contractions and you begin to wonder if it is active. Your baby will grow hair and now most of the wrinkles in your baby's face disappear.
Week 33

To distinguish from the elbow to the knee, at the latest. The child is now the surface, which helps to breathe after birth.
Week 34

A 4 pounds and 7 ounces, your baby has grown much larger. Active placental hormones in your breast milk. Your body is preparing for her baby.
Week 35

Your baby's organs are almost fully formed. The brain will also begin to double in size.
Week 36

Your baby may be in a prone position, now that he / she begins to settle into your pelvis. You will be able to breathe easily now. But perhaps more trips to the bathroom to urinate.
Week 37

Your baby practices breathing by inhaling amniotic fluid and can even get the hiccups.
Week 38

You can start to feel strange sensations down your legs and inside your vagina as your baby lying in your pelvis.
Week 39

You will begin to experience working at this time. If you followed during pregnancy and listened attentively, will be able to control it better. Your baby will gain about 1 ounce per day.
Week 40

The immune system of your child is still immature and receives antibodies from the placenta and breast milk after childbirth. Your child will probably be upside down and snuggled into your pelvis. 
Week 41

Many mothers give birth to the child after their expiry date, so it's perfectly okay, if you passed the expiration date. Make sure you follow a proper growth of the baby, fetal movements and signs of labor.
Week 42

Vaginal examination may be necessary to check if the cervix is ​​favorable. If not, then it is a caesarean section for you. Remember to count all the kicking child as s / he prepares to go out into the world.

We know that carrying a child and the child's birth is not exactly a walk in the park. It's tough. It's painful. But it is truly memorable. In the time that you want, and gave birth to the most wonderful thing in the world and is a fantastic achievement to be able to do so.