How is my baby growing and developing during week 14?

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In week 14 of pregnancy, your baby is becoming much more proportional. Your baby's body is lengthening more quickly than its head is growing, and your baby's arms are closer to proper proportion to the body. Your baby's facial features are becoming more and more defined, and your baby may be able to make different expressions now. Your baby's genitalia are also becoming more distinct, and in the next several weeks your doctor may be able to tell whether it's a boy or a girl.

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Week 14 Of Pregnancy

Week 14 Of Pregnancy

Now in your second trimester, your belly may pop out a bit as your uterus grows above the pelvic bone. You may also start to feel more like yourself: Morning sickness should subside and you'll have more energy once you're 14 weeks ...

pregnant. As your baby grows, its body becomes more proportional and facial features become more defined. Learn more about the changes to expect when you're 4 months pregnant with expert advice from Sharecare.
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