This week you may still be tired and fatigued. As you go through the stages of pregnancy, you may be experiencing some growing pains as your baby belly pushes your internal organs aside. Sleeping may become more difficult, as your baby bump grows.
Sometimes, in the 14th week, you may discover that you have an ectopic pregnancy – vaginal bleeding is one of the signs. In this case you should seek treatment early and follow the advice of your doctor so that the pregnancy and birth take place smoothly.
Your baby now measures about 3.2 to 4.1 inches from crown to rump and weighs almost an ounce. The ears are shifting from the neck to the sides of the head, and the neck is getting longer and chin more prominent. Facial features and unique fingerprints are all there. During the stages of pregnancy, always seek treatment early if you feel uneasy and notice that all is not well with your pregnancy. Alleviate constipation with moderate exercise and drink plenty of fluids. By taking adequate care, the pregnancy and birth can be an enjoyable process.
It is advisable to have an ultrasound where you will be able to see the baby’s movements. As you go through the stages of pregnancy, you may find that bleeding during pregnancy is not uncommon. Always consult your doctor for early treatment and make sure that you provide your doctor with all the details about spotting and the amount of blood flow, so that he can help you during the pregnancy and birth of your baby.
Going through the stages of pregnancy, you can see the development of your baby from a single cell to a miniature human being. During the 14th week of pregnancy, you can actually enjoy this phase, as mostly, the nausea is over. Most of the major organs are completely formed. The skin also gets covered with fine hair, and the mother can feel the baby moving inside her womb.
Any treatment that may be required for discomfort should be discussed with your doctor, and you can proceed to enjoy the pregnancy and birth of your baby.