This week is the end of your mestrual period and is getting ready for ovulation.
Week Two: Fertilization
Ovulation accuse and sprem meets the egg.
Week Three: Cells Join, Divide - New life begins
One eggs goes down to the fullopian tube.
Week Four: Implantation
When the egg is fertillized, it immediately begins dividing. Then travels down to the uterus.
Week Five: The embryonic stage begins
Week Six: The heart begins to beat
Its at the size of about a peanut but not fully developed. The heart is now starting to form.
Week Seven: Arms and legs begin to grow
The heart beat is in one chamber. The arms and leg buds start to grow.
Week Eight: Starts to practice moving
The legs and arms are growing and the elbow and toes are visible.The feet and hand buds appear.
Week 9: Fingers and Toes form
The fingers and toes are vetu define. The bones atart to form.
Week Ten: Embryo is now a Fetus
The developing organism is called a fetus.It is the size of a small strawberry.
Week Eleven: Neurons multiply
The fingers and toes are fully seperated. the taste buds start to develope.
Week Twelve: Fingernails and toenails appear
The fetus starts to move. the face begin to look like a baby face.
Week Thirteen: Baby flexes and kicks
The movements can be measured. the chin and nose are well defined.
Week Fourteen: Hormones start up
the ears are developed. the kindney produces urine.
Week Fifteen: Bones and muscles grow
the baby is now 4 inches. the finger and toenaila are visble.
Week Sixteen: Facial expressions are possible
The baby hears external voices and sleeps and dreams.
Week Seventeen: Fat accumulates
the mbilical cord is growing thicker and stronger. the retina is sentive to light.
Week Eighteen: Baby begins to hear
may be startled by loud noises. the recongized rest active places.
Week Nineteen: Genitals recognizable
the heartbeat can be captured on a ultrasound. you can tell wheither its a boy or girl.
Week Twenty: The halfway point
the baby can notice its moms voice. the hair start growing.
Week Twenty One: Nourishment evolves
Bone marrow has started making blood cells.Their small intestine is starting to absorb sugars.
Week Twenty Two: Taste buds develop
Baby starts having a regular sleeping and waking rhythm.
The mother's movements can wake her baby.
Week Twenty Three: Sense of balance develops
The child can successfully suck. Bones located in the middle ear harden.
Week Twenty Four: Practices breathing
The eyelids can be seen very clearly. If born at this stage is officially considered viable, they may well be able to survive.
Week Twenty Five: Exploration continues
Bones are becoming solid, hands are now fully developed. The brain is growing rapidly, the brain cells are starting to mature. The sexual organs are fully developed.
Week Twenty Six: Second trimester ends this week
The feet are 2 inches (5cm) long. Hands are very active. The baby's eyes begin to open around this time.
Week Twenty Seven: Eyes can open
Your baby's hearing continues to develop. The eyes can blink, open and close.
Week Twenty Eight: May recognize your voice
The hair on the head is now clearly visible. The milk teeth have developed under the gums. The eyes are starting to move in their sockets.
Week Twenty Nine: Movement is more forceful
Baby's muscles and lungs are continuing to mature. The fetus can taste and respond to pain. The milk teeth have developed under the gums.
Week Thirty: Baby puts on pounds
The wrinkled skin is becoming smoother now. In boys, the testicles have moved down to the groin. The baby controls its own body temperature.
Week Thirty One: Baby detects light
The eyes have now completely opened and are responding to light and darkness. A loud noise near you may cause your little one to jump.
Week Thirty Two: Reproductive development continues
Under the skin the fat layer is getting thicker. The toenails and fingernails are completely formed. In boys, the testicles will be descending from the groin down into his scrotum.
Week Thirty Three: Lanugo is disappearing
The baby fuzz, lanugo, is disappearing. Your baby drinks about a pint of amniotic fluid a day. You may gain a pound a week (500g) for the rest of your pregnancy. Half of your weight gain will go directly to your baby.
Week Thirty Four: Rapid growth continues
Your child has now an excellent chance of survival outside the womb. Fat accumulations plumps up the arms and legs this week.
Eyes opened when awake and closed when sleeping. The fingernails are now completely formed.
Week Thirty Five: Reflexes are coordinated
The body of your baby is growing round due to developing fat layers. Your baby's reflexes are coordinated. Lungs are almost fully developed. About 90% of babies born this week survive.
Week Thirty Six: Baby may drop into the birth canal
The baby's body is becoming chubby as fat layers build. Between now and birth they may gain about an ounce (30g) a day You may feel contractions of the womb, called Braxton Hicks contractions.
Week Thirty Seven: Pregnancy is considered 'at term'
The water could break at any time. If it does happen, see a doctor immediately.
Week Thirty Eight: Development is complete
The wrinkled skin is becoming 'baby' smooth. The baby may have reached its final birth position. Most babies are born head first with only about 3 percent coming out feet first. About one in eight births are caesarean.
Week Thirty Nine: Very close now
It will be cramped inside your uterus for much movement. Your baby will continue to punch and kick but lower in your abdomen, under your pelvis. The head is about 4 inches (10 cm) in diameter. Most of the baby's downy coating of lanugo has now disappeared.
Week Forty: Your due date arrives
Baby is about 20 inches (51cm) and weighs approximately 7.5 pounds (3.5 kg). The head has a diameter of about 4 inches (10 cm). The contractions could begin at any moment.