Second Trimester Pregnancy
In your Second Trimester Pregnancy, your baby becomes about 3.5 inches long and the weight of your baby become 1.5 ounces. And the heart of your baby pumps 25 quarts of blood a day. During this trimester, your baby’s skeleton starts to harden from rubbery cartilage to bone and he or she develops the ability to hear. And at this time you start to feel your baby’s kicks and flutters.
14 weeks pregnant
Tiny features of your baby are making different expressions, during this time. And in a 3rd trimester, you may be feeling more energetic and less nauseated.
15 weeks pregnant
In a 15 weeks of Second Trimester Pregnancy, your baby can sense light and is forming taste buds.
16 weeks pregnant
In this week, you may get ready for a growth spurt. And in the next few weeks your baby may be double his/her weight and add inches to his/her length.
17 weeks pregnant
Skeleton of your baby is changing from soft cartilage to bone in 17 weeks. And the umbilical cord is growing stronger and thicker.
18 weeks pregnant
The genitals of your baby are developed enough to see on an ultrasound in a Second Trimester Pregnancy. And you may be feel hungrier in this time.
19 weeks pregnant
During this week, your baby becomes able to hear you. And if your sides are aching it could be round ligament pain.
20 weeks pregnant
21 weeks pregnant
You just start your baby move. Those early flutters will turn into full-fledged kicks. Cool fact is that he/she has eyebrows now.
22 weeks pregnant
In this week your baby is starting to look like a miniature newborn. And your growing belly may be turning into hand-magnet.
23 weeks pregnant
Now your baby can feel the motion when you move. And pretty soon, you may notice swelling in your ankles and feet.
24 weeks pregnant
Your baby become long and lean, just like an ear of corn. And your uterus is now take the size of a soccer ball.
25 weeks pregnant
Your baby grow more hair and starting to add some baby fat. And your hair may be looking extra lustrous too.
26 weeks pregnant
During 26 weeks, your little one is inhaling and exhaling small amounts of amniotic fluid, which is good practice for breathing.
27 weeks pregnant
In this time you may feel a tickle. And it may be your baby hiccuping. He/she is also opening and closing his/her eyes and even sucking his fingers.