Event Schedule Day: Before Birth

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Delivery day is coming soon!

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Your baby is getting more plump each day

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Baby’s eyes are opening and she’s gaining weight

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Baby’s immune system is strengthening

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Baby-to-be is adding fat tissue and gaining weight

“Your baby isn’t gaining enough weight” – words every breastfeeding mother dreads to hear. It immediately makes you doubt yourself, your milk and your instincts. Of course, before you panic, you should make sure that your baby really has a problem; often the problem is actually with the health care worker’s interpretation of the growth chart (see this...

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Baby’s lower limbs are now well-developed

The development of your baby in the womb is a wonderful process. We have compiled a month-by-month timescale of pregnancy. But keep in mind that different pregnancies do develop at different rates. Also, bear in mind that the method doctors and midwives use to date your pregnancy means that you could be around 2 weeks...

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Your baby is now 6cm in length and fully formed

You are 12 weeks pregnant. (fetal age 10 weeks) The fetus is now about 2.5 inches (6cm) length and weighs about 0.7 ounce (20 g). The feet are almost half an inch (1cm) long. The fetus starts moving spontaneously. The face is beginning to look like a baby’s face. The pancreas is functioning and producing...

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You might feel some pregnancy symptoms at four weeks

Congratulations! If you know you’re 4 weeks pregnant, you found out the news earlier than a lot of women do (because you took a test as soon as you missed your period, or even a few days before, instead of waiting a bit)—and you might be totally excited, or you might be getting used to...

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The sex of your baby has already been decided

Most pregnant women find out their baby's sex (if they choose to know) during their mid-pregnancy ultrasound, usually between 16 and 20 weeks. However, the technician may not be able to tell for sure if she can't get a clear view of the baby's genitals.