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14 & 15 Weeks Pregnant
Changes Continue

At 14 and 15 weeks pregnant you may be anxious to know more about what to expect from your baby, right? You are almost ready to feel the first kicks of your baby.

Mom and Baby Changes

Mom: Changes in your body continue without stopping. Your breasts are growing because they are preparing to breastfeed your baby.

The pigmentation of your skin starts to change. Maybe you will notice that some moles on your skin may be darker. You will also notice your nipples begin to darken.

Remember, these pregnancy trimesters will go so quickly, enjoy your pregnancy.

Baby: Your baby starts to develop a sense of touch. The sense of taste is also starting to work and your baby becomes familiar with the taste of the amniotic fluid.

Your baby should be moving a lot, even though you do not feel him yet.

15 Weeks Pregnant Ultrasound

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It is possible that your baby's sex organs may be visible with the ultrasound. If you are lucky and your baby allows it, you will know the sex of your baby.

The length of your baby at 15 weeks pregnant is already 10-11 cm, and its weight is about 100 grams.

Dad: My dear dad, you can relax a little during these weeks. Your wife is taking a breath and your baby is developing satisfactorily.

Read also: Pregnancy Stages

My own experience at 14 weeks pregnant:

My husband was desperate to know when our baby was going to start kicking, but that didn’t happen at 14 weeks pregnant. We had to wait a little bit more to feel its movements.

In spite of my body was changing very slow, I felt more pregnant these weeks. My skin was having some changes in pigmentation, especially on my belly.

I was also anxious to know my baby’s gender. My mother’s instinct told me I was going to have a boy. My husband said we were going to have a girl, and my sixth sense won because my baby was a wonderful boy.

Choose any of the following hot topics that will keep you healthy and alert through the entire pregnancy:

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Breasts during pregnancy
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Healthy Food Choices


Enjoy your journey with more weeks of pregnancy:

First Trimester

Week 1 | Week 2 | Week 3 | Week 4 | Week 5 | Week 6 | Week 7 | Week 8 | Week 9 | Week 10 | Week 11 | Week 12

Second Trimester

Week 13 | Week 14 | Week 15 | Week 16 | Week 17 | Week 18 | Week 19 | Week 20 | Week 21 | Week 22 | Week 23 | Week 24 | Week 25 | Week 26 | Week 27

Third Trimester

Week 28 | Week 29 | Week 30 | Week 31 | Week 32 | Week 33 | Week 34 | Week 35 | Week 36 | Week 37 | Week 38 | Week 39 | Week 40




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