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I'm wondering what the different stages is of pregnancy, when does your stomach get hard for all the pregnant women on steady health. What is your main concern when it comes to food, and what is the thing your should look out for, bathing water or salt?

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1st month: Your baby is an embryo consisting of two layers of cells from which all her organs and body parts will develop.
2nd month: Your baby is now about the size of a kidney bean and is constantly moving. He has distinct, slightly webbed fingers.
3rd month: By now your baby is about 3 inches long and weighs nearly an ounce. Her tiny, unique fingerprints are now in place.
4th month: Your baby is now about 5 inches long and weighs 5 ounces. His skeleton is starting to harden from rubbery cartilage to bone.
5th month: Eyebrows and eyelids are now in place. Your baby would now be more than 10 inches long if you stretched out her legs.
6th: Your baby weighs about a pound and a half. His wrinkled skin is starting to smooth out as he puts on baby fat.
7th: By now, your baby weighs about 3 pounds and is more than 15 inches long. She can open and close her eyes and follow a light.
8th: Your baby now weighs about 4 3/4 pounds. His layers of fat are filling him out, making him rounder, and his lungs are well developed.
9th: The average baby is more than 19 inches long and weighs nearly 7 pounds now, but babies vary widely in size at this stage.
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Hi,
Before birth, baby is called embryo until its 5th week when it becomes fetus. Its heart can be heard as early as that. When a pregnant woman comes into her second trimester movement of the fetus, like its “kicking”, can be felt. This typically happens in the fourth month. The stomach on the pregnant woman doesn’t show until third month, more often not until her fourth month.
As far as the bathing is concerned, it’s not recommended that woman bathes in open waters when she is pregnant because there is a chance that she might get some kind of an infection, but that really doesn’t have to happen for all women.
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