Your baby is due:

May08

You are currently
115
weeks pregnant

Estimated Date of Conception: Aug 16, 2019

(115 weeks 1 days or 28 months)

This is based on the cycle length provided, not an average cycle length of 28 days, however it is still an estimate.
Progress

You are 289% of the way through your pregnancy.

289%

Weekly Development

Week 1 & 2

Weeks 1 & 2 of your pregnancy is Aug 03, 2019 - Aug 16, 2019

Baby Conceived

It's ovulation time. If sperm and egg meet, you're on your way to pregnancy.

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Week 3

Week 3 of your pregnancy is Aug 17, 2019 - Aug 23, 2019

Implantation occurs

Your baby is a tiny ball of several hundred cells that are rapidly multiplying and burrowing into the lining of your uterus. The cells that become the placenta are producing hCG, the pregnancy hormone. It tells your ovaries to stop releasing eggs and keep producing progesterone. Once there's enough hCG in your urine, you'll get a positive pregnancy test result.

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Week 4

Week 4 of your pregnancy is Aug 24, 2019 - Aug 30, 2019

Positive Pregnancy Test

Your baby is an embryo made up of two layers, the hypoblast and the epiblast. The primative placenta is developing and preparing to provide nutrients and oxygen to your growing baby. The amniotic sac is developing and will surround and protect your baby while it continues to grow.

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Week 5

Week 5 of your pregnancy is Aug 31, 2019 - Sep 06, 2019

Your embryo is now made up of three layers, the ectoderm, the mesoderm and the endoderm which will later form all the organs and tissues. You might start to feel the first twinges of pregnancy such as tender breasts, frequent urination, or morning sickness

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Week 6

Week 6 of your pregnancy is Sep 07, 2019 - Sep 13, 2019

Heartbeat detectable by ultrasound

Your baby's heart is beating about 160 times a minute and the nose, mouth and ears are taking shape. Lungs and digestive system are forming organs.

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Week 7

Week 7 of your pregnancy is Sep 14, 2019 - Sep 20, 2019

Your baby is forming hands and feet. Key organs like the stomach, liver and esophagus are beginning to form. Your uterus has doubled in size. The umbilical cord is transferring blood and waste between baby and mother.

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Week 8

Week 8 of your pregnancy is Sep 21, 2019 - Sep 27, 2019

The respiratory system is forming now. Breathing tubes extend from the throat to the branches of the developing lungs.

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Week 9

Week 9 of your pregnancy is Sep 28, 2019 - Oct 04, 2019

Your baby is nearly an inch long now. If you watch closely, you may see your baby move if you have an ultrasound done

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Week 10

Week 10 of your pregnancy is Oct 05, 2019 - Oct 11, 2019

Your baby's organs are growing and beginning to mature. The baby's head comprises half the length of the body.

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Week 11

Week 11 of your pregnancy is Oct 12, 2019 - Oct 18, 2019

Fingers and toes have separated and the bones are beginning to harden. External genitalia has almost completely formed.

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Week 12

Week 12 of your pregnancy is Oct 19, 2019 - Oct 25, 2019

The kidneys can now secrete urine and the nervous system is maturing. You baby may be curling all 10 toes, practicing opening and closing fingers and sucking a thumb. And mom should have gained from 2-5 lbs.

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Week 13

Week 13 of your pregnancy is Oct 26, 2019 - Nov 01, 2019

Miscarrige risk decreases

Your baby now has unique fingerprints and the kidney and urinary tract are completely functional, that means she's peeing. And if you are having a girl, her ovaries are already full of thousands of eggs.

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Week 14

Week 14 of your pregnancy is Nov 02, 2019 - Nov 08, 2019

Your baby's facial muscles are getting a workout as he squints, frowns, grimaces and practices his first smile for you.

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Week 15

Week 15 of your pregnancy is Nov 09, 2019 - Nov 15, 2019

Your baby is looking more like a baby with legs growing longer than the arms and all her limbs moving. The ears are properly positioned on the side of her head and the eyes are moving from the side of the head to the front of the face.At your doctor's visit, he should offer you a quad screening test to check for Down's syndrome or other chromosomal abnormalities.

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Week 16

Week 16 of your pregnancy is Nov 16, 2019 - Nov 22, 2019

Baby's heart is pumping about 25 quarts of blood each day. His eyes are working and moving side to side even though the eyelids are still sealed. Mom will have a "pregnancy glow" due to increased blood supply.

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Week 17

Week 17 of your pregnancy is Nov 23, 2019 - Nov 29, 2019

Baby's skeleton is changing from soft cartilage to bone and her heart is now regulated by her brain. She's practicing her sucking and swallowing skills in preparation for that first suckle at your breast or the bottle. Mom's breasts may have increased a full bra size.

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Week 18

Week 18 of your pregnancy is Nov 30, 2019 - Dec 06, 2019

Gender reveal time

If you're having a girl, her uterus and fallopian tubes are formed and in place. If you're having a boy, his genitals are noticable now but he may hide them during an ultrasound. Are you feeling kickes and punches? Baby's hearing is also developing, so you may want to start talking to your baby.

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Week 19

Week 19 of your pregnancy is Dec 07, 2019 - Dec 13, 2019

Baby's brain is designating specialized areas for his 5 senses - vision, hearing, taste, smell and touch. A waxy protective coating called the vernix caseosa is forming on his skin to prevent wrinkling.

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Week 20

Week 20 of your pregnancy is Dec 14, 2019 - Dec 20, 2019

Your baby weighs about 10 ounces and is the size of a small banana. Her uterus is fully formed this week and she may have tiny primitive eggs in tiny ovaries now. His testicles are waiting for the scrotum to finish growing and will begin their descent soon. Mom can expect to gain about 1/2 lb per week for the rest of her pregnancy.

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Week 21

Week 21 of your pregnancy is Dec 21, 2019 - Dec 27, 2019

Feel all that moving and shaking going on! Baby's arms and legs are in proportion now and movements are much more coordinated. Bone marrow is now helping the liver and spleen produce blood cells. The intestines are starting to produce meconium, the thick tarry looking stool first seen in baby's diaper.

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Week 22

Week 22 of your pregnancy is Dec 28, 2019 - Jan 03, 2020

Senses are growing stronger. Now she can hear your heart beat, your breathing and digestion. Sense of sight is becoming more fine-tuned and he can preceive light and dark. Hormones are now developing which will the organs the commands they need to operate.

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Week 23

Week 23 of your pregnancy is Jan 04, 2020 - Jan 10, 2020

Premature baby may survive

Baby's organs and bones are visible through his skin, which has a red hue because of the developing veins and arteries beneath. He'll become less transparent as his fat deposits fill in. Baby is also developing surfactant which will help the lungs inflate if baby is born prematurely

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Week 24

Week 24 of your pregnancy is Jan 11, 2020 - Jan 17, 2020

Baby's face is almost fully formed complete with eyelashes, eyebrows and hair. Right now her hair is white because there's no pigment yet. Between now and 28 weeks, the doctor should send mom for a glucose screening test for gestational diabetes.

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Week 25

Week 25 of your pregnancy is Jan 18, 2020 - Jan 24, 2020

Baby is gaining more fat and looking more like a newborn. Hair color and texture is in place. His lungs are maturing and preparing for that first breath. You might feel the baby having hiccups.

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Week 26

Week 26 of your pregnancy is Jan 25, 2020 - Jan 31, 2020

Brain-wave activity is on high That means baby can hear noises and respond to them with an increase pulse rate or movement. Eyes are beginning to open but they don't have much pigmentation. That will develop over the next couple months and may even continue to change until she's about 6-months-old.

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Week 27

Week 27 of your pregnancy is Feb 01, 2020 - Feb 07, 2020

Start talking to your baby

Baby may recognize both your and your partner's voices. This is the time to read and even sing to your baby. She now has taste buds so when you eat spicy food, your baby will be able to taste the difference in the amniotic fluid. Her mealtime comes about two hours after yours. Feel some belly spasms? Those are likely hiccups from that spicy food. It doesn't bother the baby as much as you. Baby also has settled in to a regular sleep cycle, but it may be different from mom's.

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Week 28

Week 28 of your pregnancy is Feb 08, 2020 - Feb 14, 2020

During the third trimester the brain triples in weight adding billions of new nerve cells. Senses of hearing, smell and touch are developed and functional. Your baby is having different sleep cycles, including rapid eye movement. That means she's dreaming.

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Week 29

Week 29 of your pregnancy is Feb 15, 2020 - Feb 21, 2020

Baby can breathe

Baby's bones are soaking up lots of calcium as they harden so be sure to consume good sources of calcium. We recommend taking Nordic Naturals and Fairhaven Health supplements.

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Week 30

Week 30 of your pregnancy is Feb 22, 2020 - Feb 28, 2020

Baby's brain is taking on characteristic grooves and indentations to allow for an increased amount of brain tissue. Bone marrow has taken over the production of red blood cells. This means she'll be better able to thrive on her own when she's born Baby is now weighing about 3 lbs and is 11 inches.

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Week 31

Week 31 of your pregnancy is Feb 29, 2020 - Mar 06, 2020

Baby's brain is developing faster than ever and he's processing information, tracking light and perceiving signals from all five sense. She's probably moving a lot, especially at night when you're trying to sleep. Take comfort that all this activity means your baby is healthy. Mom may start feeling some Braxton Hicks contractions.

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Week 32

Week 32 of your pregnancy is Mar 07, 2020 - Mar 13, 2020

Baby can focus on large objects not too far away; toenails and fingernails have grown in along with real hair. He's practicing swallowing, breathing, kicking and sucking. All key skills for thriving after birth.

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Week 33

Week 33 of your pregnancy is Mar 14, 2020 - Mar 20, 2020

Immune system is maturing

The bones in your baby's skull are still pliable which makes it easier for her to fit through the birth canal. Your uterine walls are becoming thinner allowing more light to penetrate your womb. That helps baby differentiate between night and day.

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Week 34

Week 34 of your pregnancy is Mar 21, 2020 - Mar 27, 2020

Baby's fat layers are filling her out and will help regulate body temperture when she's born. If your baby is a boy, the testicles are making their way down from the abdomen to the scrotum.

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Week 35

Week 35 of your pregnancy is Mar 28, 2020 - Apr 03, 2020

Kidneys are fully developed and her liver can process some waste products. Most of her physical development is complete. She'll spend the next few weeks gaining weight and adding baby fat. Baby is settling lower into the pelvis preparing for delivery and this is called "lightening".

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Week 36

Week 36 of your pregnancy is Apr 04, 2020 - Apr 10, 2020

Hopefully your baby is in a head-down position. If not, your practitioner may suggest an external cephalic version to manipulate your baby into a head down position. The vernix caseosa has now disappeared.

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Week 37

Week 37 of your pregnancy is Apr 11, 2020 - Apr 17, 2020

Baby is considered full term

Baby is taking up most of the room in your womb so he's only kicking and poking you, no more somersaults. Baby is sucking her thumb, blinking eyes and inhaling and exhaling amniotic fluid.

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Week 38

Week 38 of your pregnancy is Apr 18, 2020 - Apr 24, 2020

Baby's eyes right now are blue, gray or brown but once they're exposed to light they may change color or a shade. The lanugo, the fine downy hair that covered his body for warmth is falling off in preparation for delivery. Her lungs have strenthened and her vocal cords have developed. That means she's ready for her first cry.

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Week 39

Week 39 of your pregnancy is Apr 25, 2020 - May 01, 2020

Baby is ready to make his debut. He's adding more fat as his pinkish skin turns white or white-grayish. He won't have his final pigment until shortly after birth.

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Week 40

Week 40 of your pregnancy is May 02, 2020 - May 08, 2020

This is the official end of your pregnancy but because due dates are just a calculation he might be "late." No need to worry, your body knows the right time to go into labor, or your doctor may suggest you be induced. At birth your baby's eye sight is a little blurry since central vision is still developing. Just say hello and he'll recognize your voice.

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Pregnancy Milestones

1st
Trimester

After fertilization and implantation, your baby is just an embryo, that is a set of cells from which all organs and body parts will develop. It will be exciting to see how fast your baby grows.

Milestones
Weeks 1&2 | Aug 03, 2019 - Aug 16, 2019
Baby Conceived
Week 3 | Aug 17, 2019 - Aug 23, 2019
Implantation occurs
Week 4 | Aug 24, 2019 - Aug 30, 2019
Positive Pregnancy Test
Week 6 | Sep 07, 2019 - Sep 13, 2019
Heartbeat detectable by ultrasound
2nd
Trimester

At the beginning of the second trimester, your baby is about 3 1/2 inches long and weigh about 1 1/2 ounces. Tiny, unique fingerprints are now in place, and the heart pumps 25 quarts of blood a day. As the weeks go by, your baby's skeleton starts to harden from rubbery cartilage to bone, and he or she develops the ability to hear. You're likely to feel kicks and flutters soon if you haven't already.

Milestones
Week 13 | Oct 26, 2019 - Nov 01, 2019
Miscarrige risk decreases
Week 18 | Nov 30, 2019 - Dec 06, 2019
Gender reveal time
Week 23 | Jan 04, 2020 - Jan 10, 2020
Premature baby may survive
3rd
Trimester

By the end of the second trimester, your baby is about 14-1/2 inches and weighing around 2 pounds.

Milestones
Week 27 | Feb 01, 2020 - Feb 07, 2020
Start talking to your baby
Week 29 | Feb 15, 2020 - Feb 21, 2020
Baby can breathe
Week 33 | Mar 14, 2020 - Mar 20, 2020
Immune system is maturing
Week 37 | Apr 11, 2020 - Apr 17, 2020
Baby is considered full term

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