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Your baby’s development

In medical terms, your baby is now called a foetus, which is Latin for ‘young one’ or ‘offspring’.

They measure around 15mm long from the crown of their head to their bottom.

Your baby’s eyes, mouth and nose are becoming more defined. Eyelids are beginning to develop but they are still fused shut.

The buds of your baby’s milk teeth are starting to form around now. Meanwhile bone cells are beginning to form and their tiny joints are developing. Until now your baby’s fingers and toes have had a webbed appearance. This webbing is now thinning out.

Every organ is now in place in your baby’s body and unique fingerprints are beginning to form.

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Please Note:

These pregnancy week-by-week articles, are meant to give you a general sense of the growth and development going on within you. However, it’s important to remember that every baby develops differently, even during pregnancy.

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