The 19th week is one where some of the more uncomfortable symptoms such as heartburn continue, but others fade for a peaceful period of the pregnancy
Your body is going through a number of important changes from the stabilization of pregnancy hormones to the shifting of your uterus into the abdominal cavity. Your baby looks more human – you may be able to see some of yourself or your partner in his or her features.
The placenta takes over some of the most important functions, like the hormone production. And as the uterus moves into the abdominal cavity, you find you need to urinate less too.
Being pregnant is a stage progression for you and your baby. Knowing what to expect as weeks flow into the next can help minimize the stress of pregnancy and bringing new life into the world.
To improve the chances of conception, you should eat foods that help in each phase.
During this week, many of the most challenging aspects of pregnancy are in full swing-it may seem overwhelming at times.
Some women know they are pregnant right away, while others are less certain. Regardless of where you fall on the spectrum, it's important to be familiar with early signs of pregnancy, to stay fully prepared for your future.
You are getting ever closer to the final day of your pregnancy: giving birth. Now is a good time to make sure you have a birthing plan!
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This is an exciting time for you and your partner. The heart and brain are becoming more complicated, the eyelids start to form and your baby gains the beginnings of a nose.