Your baby is extremely, very busy within the trimester. By week 18 of pregnancy, he weighs about the maximum amount as a pigeon breast, and may even yawn and hiccup. By around week 21 you ought to be ready to feel his newly coordinated arms and legs offer you little jabs and kicks.
By 17 weeks, the baby’s heart is no longer beating spontaneously, as his brain is now regulating his heartbeat — which you ought to be ready to hear with a stethoscope by week 20. In week 25, capillaries begin forming to hold oxygenated blood through his body.
The Baby’s ears and eyes are getting into their correct positions. By week 22 of pregnancy, his developing senses mean he’s beginning to smell, see and listen to, and people’s little eyes are starting to open.
Digestive system develops:
The Baby’s gastrointestinal system was fully formed by the top of the primary trimester. So now the baby is beginning to suck and swallow in preparation for all times outside of the womb. What’s more, he can even taste the foods you eat via your amniotic fluid. Contact us for painless normal delivery in Indore.