The 14th week of pregnancy you have completed your first trimester. Now that you’ve calmed down from the initial excitement you will be entering into the second trimester of the pregnancy.
Majority of women enjoy the second trimester a lot more due to having less symptoms of morning sickness, fatigue, and dizziness.
Internal Organ Development:
The internal organs continue developing, such as the liver and kidney. In addition, the spleen starts producing red blood cells. The genital areas are now starting to develop.
Great things are developing inside the body as esophagus, windpipe, vocal cords, and larynx.
The baby is able to change expressions in the face since the brain is now developed.
Along the fetus the connective tissues are starting to turning into bones. The development of bones is a long process that takes a while to mature even after childhood.
The facial muscle continues to develop. The roof of the mouth now it’s completely developed. The growing necks continue to develop.
The baby starts to sprout some hair on top on his head. The baby now has tiny eyebrows.
The baby in week 14th is a size of a lemon. The baby is 3.4 inches long and weighing around 1.5 ounces. The baby has his own unique fingerprints.
During week 14 you might be feeling so much better since your body has gotten used to the pregnancy. Now you have entered the second trimester of your pregnancy.
You will start increasing weight gains as your waistline keeps expanding. Your breast might feel sensitive and larger. During the second trimester mood swings will start increasing.
During the 14th week of pregnancy you’re starting to show a bit of belly. People might not notice yet, that you’re pregnant.
The ultrasound performed by the sonographer will show the baby moving inside. Now you can see the baby moving his legs and hands up and down.
During with week 14 you can get a serum test performed. The test can reveal any fetal development.
14 Weeks Pregnant
The beginning of the second trimester is the favorite of many women. In this new stage your symptoms have reduced, you have more energy levels, and your appetite has increased.
The most common 14-week signs:
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