Uterus Size During Pregnancy

Before pregnancy, the uterus is about the size of an orange and will grow exponentially during pregnancy. Learn more about uterus size changes during pregnancy.

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Fetal Development: Third Trimester

During the third trimester, the fetus will develop rapidly, reaching up to 21 inches long and weighing up to 10 pounds. Learn more about third trimester fetal development.

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Kick Counts

Setting aside time every day to count your baby’s kicks, swishes, rolls, and jabs may help identify potential problems . Learn about kick counts and the prevention of stillbirth.

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First Fetal Movement: Quickening

Quickening is the first detection of movement and can be felt from 13-25 weeks. Learn more about quickening and what to expect from your baby’s first movements.

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Fetal Development

Fetal development is generally divided into three trimesters, which last 12-14 weeks each. Learn more about general guidelines for determining stages of fetal development.

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Calculating Conception

Calculating the conception date of your baby can be done in more than one way. Learn about the methods and difficulties in calculating conception.

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