Pregnancy Week 26

Pregnancy Week 26

Hello, 26 weeks pregnant!

This week, your baby is the size of a butternut squash and is practicing breathing by inhaling and exhaling amniotic fluid. His or her kidneys are now producing urine, and your little one is swallowing more and more.

All of that swallowing is good practice for your baby’s digestive system, which will soon start to digest the amniotic fluid. The lanugo, or fine hair, that has been growing on your baby’s body is also starting to disappear.

Meanwhile, your body is continuing to prepare for labor. The muscles and ligaments that will support your baby during delivery are starting to stretch and thin out.

You may be feeling more energy now, but you may also be experiencing more heartburn and constipation. Be sure to drink plenty of fluids and get plenty of rest.

Congratulations, you’re one-quarter of the way through your pregnancy!

Week 4 Pregnancy


The fourth week of pregnancy is a time of change and growth for your baby. By the end of this week, your baby will be about 1/8 of an inch long and will start to look more like a human. The most common symptom of week 4 pregnancy is a missed period. Other symptoms include breast tenderness, nausea, and fatigue.

If you are pregnant, it is important to take care of yourself and your baby. Make sure to eat a healthy diet, get plenty of rest, and avoid alcohol and cigarettes. You may also want to start taking prenatal vitamins.

If you are experiencing any of the symptoms of week 4 pregnancy, be sure to see your doctor. He or she can do a pregnancy test to confirm whether or not you are pregnant and can provide you with advice on how to stay healthy during your pregnancy.

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First Trimester Pregnancy Symptoms Week By Week

The first trimester of pregnancy is an exciting but often challenging time. There are a lot of changes happening in your body, and you may be feeling a range of symptoms. Here’s a week-by-week look at what to expect during the first trimester.

Week 1

In the first week of pregnancy, you may not experience any symptoms. Some women do experience symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, and bloating, but these vary from woman to woman.

Week 2

During week 2, you may start to experience some symptoms such as nausea, fatigue, and bloating. These symptoms can vary in intensity from woman to woman.

Week 3

In week 3, you may start to experience some more pronounced symptoms, such as nausea, fatigue, and bloating. You may also start to experience symptoms such as breast tenderness and mood swings.

Week 4

In week 4, you may experience even more pronounced symptoms, such as nausea, fatigue, and bloating. You may also start to experience symptoms such as constipation and heartburn.

The first trimester of pregnancy can be challenging, but it is also an exciting time. Be sure to take care of yourself and get the rest and nutrition you need. If you have any questions or concerns, be sure to talk to your doctor.

18 Weeks Of Pregnancy

As you enter the 18th week of your pregnancy, your baby is growing bigger and developing more rapidly. This week, your baby’s eyesight will improve and their skeleton will start to harden.

Your baby’s eyesight is continuing to develop this week. The retina, the part of the eye that senses light, is now completely formed. The baby’s irises (the colored part of the eye) are also starting to form and the baby can now see light and dark.

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The baby’s skeleton is also starting to harden this week. The bones in the baby’s skull are gradually fusing together and the baby’s spine is starting to form. The baby’s bones will continue to harden and strengthen in the coming weeks.

In the next few weeks, the baby will start to move around more and you may be able to feel them kicking and moving. The baby’s lungs are also continuing to develop and by the end of the pregnancy, the baby will be able to breathe on their own.

Nausea Week 35 Pregnancy


Hey everyone!

Welcome to Nausea Week 35 of my pregnancy!

This week, I’m still feeling pretty nauseous, but it’s not as bad as it has been in the past. I’m still taking my anti-nausea medication, and it seems to be helping.

I’m really looking forward to the end of this week, because I’m scheduled to have my 36-week ultrasound. I’m so excited to see how my baby is doing, and to find out the baby’s gender!

That’s all for now, stay tuned for more updates in the weeks to come!

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