What happens after 15 weeks of pregnancy
At 15 weeks pregnant woman is likely to forget about toxicosis. During this period, retreats nausea, dizziness, weakness and other problems. Appetite for the expectant mother is improving, and the fruit begins to grow actively.
By 15-16 weeks of pregnancy no longer cries for any reason, is not easily provoked. At this time, hormonal changes, and the world starts to seem more friendly expectant mother. There may be forgetfulness and distraction due to encephalopathy, which develops during pregnancy. Many women complain that at 15 weeks frequent urination starts. It's quite normal. This happens due to the fact that the bladder pushes the uterus. If you're feeling when you urinate cramps and pain, you have the body temperature rises, pulls back, see a doctor. At 15 weeks' gestation, fetal growth is about 10 cm. Scarce still flexes the feet and hands to hold the position of the embryo. Baby often sucks his thumb. He does it unconsciously. His fingers are already appearing nail plates. His skin visible capillaries, as it is still very thin. fetal body covers a thin fuzz. Although the baby eyes still closed, he was reacting to bright lights and noise. Mom is not feeling your baby move, despite the fact that it is becoming more active. The first stirring of a pregnant begins to feel at 18-20 week if the pregnancy is the first, on 16 - if the second and subsequent. At the 13th week, the baby begin to form the sexual organs, and to 15 for the ultrasound technician can already determine the sex of the unborn child. In boys, there is this process happening a little earlier, since they produce testosterone, which allows to form genitals faster. At week 15 the fetus kidneys begin to function, so it can now produce urine to rid your body of drunk amniotic fluid. Amniotic fluid are updated every three hours, thereby providing the child water world. When a child swallows it, he gets a variety of nutrients. Fetus and functioning gallbladder, which already secretes bile and liver. That uses a child in the womb, yet will not appear. All this accumulates in the crumbs, and just after birth, the baby gets rid of the original stool called meconium.