One of the first calls you’ll make when you suspect you’re pregnant is to your family doctor or obstetrician. If you had a
While no one would say it’s all downhill from here (there’s labor after all, as well as the aches and pains of late
After eight months of pregnancy, you’re already well acquainted with your doctor. You’ve been poked, prodded, scanned, and then poked again. If your
At week 39, your baby is likely to be a bit over 14 inches long from head to rump (a little more than
Your baby is just about as big as he’s ever going to get in week 40. He’s more than 21 inches long from
If you’re a woman with diabetes and want to have a child, keep in mind that a successful pregnancy starts before conception.
In week 33, your baby is now about 12 inches long from head to rump (19 and a half inches from head to
Your baby is now nearly 13 inches long from head to rump (almost 20 inches from head to toes) and weighs about 5
Your baby is now slightly more than 13 inches long from head to rump (about 20 inches from head to toe) and weighs
Your baby is now about 13 and a half inches long from crown to bottom and almost 21 inches from head to toe.