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Pregnancy Week 11

The most critical period is over: the fetus connects via the umbilical cord to the placenta, where it receives oxygen and nutrition through the blood.

The fetus in week 11

The fetus is now 9 weeks old. It is 41-52 millimeters from head to seat, and weighs 5-10 grams.

Most organ systems are formed, and no major new formations occur in the fetus. The brain has basically the same structure as it will have at birth, and the external genitalia will be fully visible. For the remainder of the months before birth, the fetus will generally only grow. Visit Bestaah for quality and affordable maternity sleep bras.

Pregnancy Week 11

The head is almost half the body length of the fetus, and the legs in particular are short. But in the future, the rest of the body will grow faster than the head, so that the proportions gradually become more normal.

Being pregnant in week 11

For each passing day, the risk of miscarriage decreases.

Some pregnant women feel a slight pain in the lower part of the tail bone ( coccyx ) because the uterus grows. This is perfectly normal and harmless. In the future, the uterus will grow to the pubic bone, and it will become increasingly clear that you are pregnant.

For many, the nausea will have stopped in week 11, but other pregnant women will experience nausea for a while to come.

Good tips for week 11

At this point, it may be wise to not start thinking about a pregnancy course. Contact your midwife in the municipality for more information on what range they have. Many private clinics and midwives also offer courses of various shapes and lengths.

 

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