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Baby in womb Baby growing in your womb [ Pregnancy milestone ]

Written by
Dr. Pradip Chauhan

4 weeks pregnant

When you miss menses; you are delighted with hope of having pregnancy if it is then it will be 4 weeks old.

10 weeks pregnant

You will be able to see your baby through ultra sonography

10 weeks baby

16 weeks pregnant

Your baby is telling you that it is live by its movements. You will feel your baby movements first time between 16- 20 weeks.

16 weeks baby

18 weeks pregnant

Time to do mid pregnancy scan to determinate whether placenta, cord, fetus all is going well.

18 weeks baby

21 weeks pregnant

Your baby can hear you can talk to your baby. Yes it can hear you, so enjoy conversation with it.

21 weeks baby

28 weeks pregnant

This week you may be detecting rhythmic movements - your baby has hiccups! He's breathing in amniotic fluid rather than air and an episode usually lasts momentarily.

28 weeks baby

39 weeks pregnant

Time of severe pain for you, but will terminate in a happy end: your baby in your hand crying and you smiling to it.

Baby sleeping

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