Weeks to go!
Your baby is now able to float around in the amniotic fluid, stretching and somersaulting. However, you’ll not be able to feel exact movements until week 16.
Time To Announce
You’re a week away from completing your third month of pregnancy. With abating morning sickness symptoms, now’s the right time to start planning a unique, fun way to announce your good news!
At week 11, you’re in your third month!
Your baby is now the size of a fig.
At week 11, your baby’s head is equal in length to the rest of the body. Slightly, over 2 inches, your baby’s the size of a lime and develops more like a human being with see-through skin. Hair follicles have formed and the ears are nearing the final stage of development. In this week, your baby will have fingers and toes fully separated along with the initial formation of fingernails and toenails. Your baby will start to grow bigger in size and begin movements like kicking and stretching from this week.
Baby’s Length: 4.1 cm
Baby’s Weight: 7 g
From this week, your belly will start to protrude slowly but if your abdomen looks flat, worry not; every woman’s body reacts differently to pregnancy symptoms and it might take a few more weeks to show up.
A dark vertical line called linea nigra may appear on the abdomen of pregnant women which is quite normal.
You may still experience some remnants of nausea, excessive saliva, bloating, gas, frequent urination, heartburn, etc.
In the 11th week of pregnancy, the symptoms of morning sickness may slowly subside in pregnant women which will make you a bit hungry.
Eating For Two
With the subsiding of morning sickness, your appetite will start gearing up to nourish the fetus.
The pregnancy-induced physical and hormonal changes will tire you out easily.