Healthy tips every pregnant woman should follow for the healthy baby growth:

  • At 7-8 weeks:The baby starts general movements such as bending sideways or startling.
  • At 9 weeks:The baby may move individual limbs and even hiccup. It may also be able to suck and swallow.
  • At 10 weeks:The baby can flex, turn his head and can bring his arms up to his face. It also develops finer facial movements like opening and closing the jaw.
  • At 11 weeks: The baby can yawn
  • At 14 weeks: The baby may begin to move its eyes.
  • At 20-24 weeks: You may now begin to feel the baby move. At first it may seem like gas/ indigestion.
  • At 24-28 weeks:You may feel your baby's hiccups, which feel like jerking movements. You may also notice the baby react to outside sounds like music or sudden loud noises.
  • At 29 weeks: The movements may become noticeable from the outside.
  • At 36 weeks: The main movements you are likely to feel now are jabs from his arms and legs, and possibly painful kicks to your ribs. This is because the baby is getting ready for its final head-down position.

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