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Weekly Pregnancy Guide - Week 10
Weight: 0.11oz 3g
Length (CRL): 0.95" 2.4cm
Heart rate : 169 bpm

Your baby may begin to move as early as this week, although you will not feel it until several weeks later.

The finger and toe notches on the hands and feet start to separate into webbed digits.

The neck develops and starts to straighten.

The nose (including nasal openings), upper lip and tongue are formed, and external ears start to take shape.

The eye lenses finish developing, and eyelids start to cover the eyes, which up until now have been uncovered.

The morning sickness symptoms may begin to ameliorate slightly. If you may start to notice your veins more (e.g., in your tummy and breasts), it's because your blood volume increases by about 50% during pregnancy.

If your doctor has a Doppler, you may hear your baby's heartbeat!

Although you probably still won't be showing, you may notice your abdomen begin to pooch out, and that your waistline is slowly disappearing!

You may have found that your taste for foods has changed since becoming pregnant. Some foods you previously liked may now seem unappetizing to you.


Week 10 Fetus Picture(s):

week 4 embryo blastocyst

week 4 embryo blastocyst

Week 10 pregnant belly picture:

week 2 - pregnant belly


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