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Hold your breath as you take the first look at that tiny peanut.
The uterus creates the placenta for fetal development and blood vessels to nurture it.
A must-have guide on every stage of development of the fetus in your womb.
Informative, engaging, and fun movies every mom-to-be should add to her watchlist.
A detailed guide to what to expect each week of pregnancy will help you stay aware of the symptoms.
This detailed pregnancy due date calculation guide could help you compute your due date.
From heartburn to insomnia, this phase of pregnancy may come with several symptoms.
Both you and your baby will experience significant changes during the fifth milestone.
Heightened symptoms and recognizable changes, learn all about the third month.
Each month of pregnancy is unique, so explore the significant changes and requirements of the second month.
By this time, your baby is almost ready to enter the birth canal and thus needs utmost care.
Various discomforts and frequent false contractions may occur as you approach childbirth.
Stay calm and watch for the signs of labor as you near the end of pregnancy.
The baby is now fully developed, and the belly may move down if it is the first pregnancy.
Learn how this important body organ develops from the fetal stage to early childhood.
In the 35th week, your baby is fully developed and may be able to support lung function.
Lungs are matured at this time, and the body begins to prepare for the delivery.
36 weeks of pregnancy is marked by rapid baby development and physical signs of impending childbirth.
As your fetus continues to undergo major development, be vigilant for significant changes.
At the 33rd week, the fetus begins to suck fingers and swallow amniotic fluid in the womb.
31 weeks pregnant — what to expect and begin to educate yourself for labor and childbirth.
A complete guide to track baby's development at 32 weeks and knowing the changes to come.
Comparing the size will give you an exact idea of how big your little one has grown.
You may experience more baby movements and pregnancy-related aches during this week.
More baby kicks, back pain, and weight gain as you enter the last leg of pregnancy.
Learn interesting details about fetal growth and stages of pregnancy.
A must-have guide, covering everything from your bodily changes to baby's development.
You may feel strong fetal movements as you approach the end of the second trimester.