A Visual Journey Of Your Pregnancy Week By Week

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Every week brings new developments when you’re expecting. From a tiny cluster of cells to a bouncing baby, fetal development is an amazing process.

Wondering what’s going on inside your womb this week? Discover the major milestones your fetus reaches week-by-week through these amazing visuals.

1 And 2 Weeks Pregnant: What You Really Need To Know

3 Weeks Pregnant: Your Baby’s Development

4 Weeks Pregnant: The Beginning Of The Embryonic Period

5 Weeks Pregnant: What To Expect

6 Weeks Pregnant: A Complete Guide

7 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

8 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

9 Weeks Pregnant: Understanding The Surprising Growth

10 Weeks Pregnant: What To Expect

11 Weeks Pregnant: Track Your Baby’s Growth

12 Weeks Pregnant: What You Need To Know

13 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Baby’s Growth

14 Weeks Pregnant: How Big The Baby Is

15 Weeks Pregnant: A Complete Guide

16 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

17 Weeks Pregnant: Watching The Development

18 Weeks Pregnant: What You Need To Understand

19 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Growth

20 Weeks Pregnant: About Your Baby’s Development

21 Weeks Pregnant: What You Really Need To Know

22 Weeks Pregnant: Responding To Your Sound

23 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Movements

24 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Growth

25 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Growth

26 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

27 Weeks Pregnant: What You Really Need To Know

28 Weeks Pregnant: Watch Your Baby’s Movement

29 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

30 Weeks Pregnant: Know The Fetal Changes

31 Weeks Pregnant: What You Should Know

32 Weeks Pregnant: See The Growth

33 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

34 Weeks Pregnant: What’s Happening

35 Weeks Pregnant: Know Your Baby’s Position

36 Weeks Pregnant: Watch The Growth

37 Weeks Pregnant: Ready For A New Life

38 Weeks Pregnant: Reaching The Full Term

39 Weeks Pregnant: Get Ready To Celebrate

40 Weeks Pregnant: Ready For Delivery

Disclaimer: The content is purely informative and educational in nature and should not be construed as medical advice. Please use the content only in consultation with an appropriate certified medical or healthcare professional.

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