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From Bump to Baby: A Visual Chronicle of the Magical Nine-Month Journey into Motherhood

Perhaps nothing brings as much emotion as the journey of more than 9 months of pregnancy and motherhood. Pregnancy is a wonderful thing and also the most anticipated stage in every woman’s life because at this time the mother’s body carries a tiny life within her. Witnessing the development process of your baby from a small cell until it fully develops into a baby makes any mother feel happy and equally curious.

This impressive video will help mothers have a more general view of the 9-month journey of their baby growing in the womb. Through this we can see that there is nothing more miraculous and wonderful than the formation and development of a baby.

Follow the magical journey of 9 months of pregnancy.

Pregnancy begins from the first day of the mother’s last menstrual period. It falls about two weeks before conception actually occurs. Pregnancy is divided into 3 stages, every 3 months of fetal development is called a trimester. Mothers will be extremely surprised to witness their baby’s development day by month.

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Pregnancy is divided into 3 stages, every 3 months of fetal development is called a trimester.

The first month after the egg is fertilized, the amniotic sac filled with water will surround the embryo and act as a cushion for the embryo to develop. The placenta also begins to develop, helping to transport nutrients from mother to baby and remove waste from the baby. The face, mouth, lower jaw, throat and blood cells form. At this time, the embryo is smaller than a grain of rice.

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After fertilization, the egg begins to move into the mother’s uterus to nest (Illustration).

In the second month , tiny buds sprout into arms and legs. Fingers, toes and eyes also gradually form. The neural tube is formed. The digestive tract and internal organs begin to develop. Bone begins to replace cartilage. At about 6 weeks of pregnancy, doctors can hear the fetus’s heartbeat. At the end of the second month, the fetus is about 25 mm long and weighs about 0.94 grams.

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The face develops amazingly, fingers, toes and eyes also gradually form (Illustration).

Your baby’s arms, hands, fingers, feet and toes are fully formed by the third month of pregnancy. Fingernails and toenails are starting to grow, and external ears are forming. At this time, teeth are just starting to form. The circulatory and urinary systems work, the liver begins to produce bile. The baby’s reproductive organs are also developing, but the baby’s gender is difficult to distinguish on ultrasound.

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The baby’s reproductive organs are also developing, but the baby’s gender is difficult to distinguish during ultrasound (Illustration).

In the 4th month , the baby can now even suck his fingers, yawn, stretch and move his facial muscles. The nervous system begins to function. The reproductive organs and genitals are fully developed, and the doctor can see on the ultrasound screen whether the fetus is a boy or a girl. At the end of the fourth month, the fetus is 15 cm long and weighs 113 grams.

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In the 4th month, the baby can now even suck his fingers, yawn, stretch and move his facial muscles (Illustration).

Mothers begin to feel the baby move clearly in the abdomen from the 5th month onwards. Baby’s hair begins to grow. The baby’s shoulders, back and entire body are covered with a layer of soft hair, also known as down, to help protect the baby. The baby’s skin is covered with a white mucus layer that is believed to protect the baby’s skin from prolonged exposure to the amniotic fluid environment. This glue will also disappear just before birth.

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Mothers begin to feel the baby move clearly in the abdomen from the 5th month onwards (Illustration).

At 6 months , your baby’s skin is red, wrinkled, and veins are visible through the baby’s thin, clear skin. Baby reacts to sound by moving or tensing. When a baby has hiccups, the mother can feel the baby’s jerking movements. At the end of the 6th month, your baby is about 30 cm long and weighs 900 grams.

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Baby reacts to sound by moving or straining (Illustration).

The baby continues to develop and form fat reserves since the 7th month . Listening ability is also perfect. Your baby changes position frequently and reacts to stimulating factors such as sound, light or pain. Amniotic fluid begins to gradually decrease. If born prematurely, your baby will likely survive beyond the 7th month.

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The baby changes position frequently and reacts to stimulating factors such as sound, light or pain (Illustration).

When the fetus is 8 months old , the baby’s brain develops rapidly at this time, the baby can see and hear. Most internal organs are well developed, but the lungs are not yet mature. Your baby is now about 45 cm long and weighs up to 2250 grams.

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Most internal organs are well developed, but the lungs are still immature (Illustration).

The last month of pregnancy is the month of preparation for the baby’s birth. Due to the large fetus, the space in the mother’s womb becomes narrow, so the baby moves less. The baby changes position and posture, gradually moving down to the mother’s pelvis to prepare for labor and birth. Normally, the baby’s head will turn down the birth canal to exit. At birth, the baby is about 50 cm long and weighs about 3200 grams.

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The baby changes position and posture, gradually moving down to the mother’s pelvis to prepare for labor and birth (Illustration).

Source: Pregnancy

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