Amazing Signs of 6 weeks pregnant belly in 2021

By | October 26, 2021
Seventh week of pregnancy

In the 6 weeks of pregnancy, your fetus is about the size of a lemon. Your uterus continues to grow to hold the growing baby, putting pressure on the surrounding muscles or ligaments, which can cause you to feel light tension or pain in the abdomen.

What you need to know for the 6 weeks pregnant belly:

During this time the amount of blood circulation in your body greatly increases, this extra circulation ensures a regular and adequate supply of oxygen and nutrients to the fetus. It is normal to get thirsty frequently due to this extra demand. At this time you should drink at least 8 glasses of water a day.

You may feel tired at this time There may be a pain in the breast or an increase in the size of the breast, and you may need to urinate more frequently than usual.

Many people experience nausea and fatigue in the 6 weeks pregnant belly and begin to experience some other minor pregnancy problems such as tanning, pain in the leg muscles or legs, dizziness, feeling overheated, dark spots on the skin, back pain, etc. Lasts for several weeks.

In most cases, nausea and vomiting (morning sickness) go away in the 14th week or so of pregnancy.

Things to keep in mind:

Some infections can cause damage to the fetus in the 6 weeks pregnant belly. If you think you have any kind of infection, consult a doctor or a health worker at the nearest health center or a trained midwife to ensure that the necessary services are provided quickly.

There may be pain or bleeding in the gums of your teeth during pregnancy To avoid such problems, there is no substitute for oral hygiene to maintain good dental and gum health.

It is best to have your first pregnancy check-up (first antenatal appointment) between the 7th and 14th week. So contact the doctor this week to find out the detailed schedule of the next check-up.

Many people become emotional due to the rise and fall of hormone levels in the body during pregnancy. At 6 weeks pregnant belly offers extra anxiety, many people have strange dreams in their sleep and many people cannot sleep at all take care of yourself without being upset, take care of yourself. Try to keep yourself busy with all the things that make the mind feel good.

6 weeks pregnant belly

How the fetus grows:

By the 8th week, your fetus is about 10 millimeters or 1 centimeter in length. At this time the fetus looks a lot like a banger, so the length from the palm of the head to the tail-like part of the fetus is calculated. This tail-like part gradually becomes smaller and after a few weeks it is no longer visible

During this time, the brain grows very fast, so the head grows much faster than other parts of the body. The front part of the fetus’s head or forehead becomes quite large, and its eyes and ears also begin to develop. At this time the eyelids are made, and the eyes are protected.

During this time the inner ear (the innermost part of the ear) begins to form, but the outer ear (outer part of the ear) on both sides of the head is seen a few more weeks later.

Cartilage begins to form in the growing arms and legs, from which bones are later formed. As the growing arms grow, their edges flatten and form the palms of the hands.

As the brain and spinal cord (as well as the nervous system) become well-organized, the neurons begin to multiply and develop. In the 6 weeks pregnant belly can produce 100 brain cells are formed in the body of the fetus every minute. Therefore, it is important to take folic acid regularly at this time to ensure the proper development of the child’s nervous system.

Content Reference:


Yvette M. Bordelon, MD, PhD

Movement Disorders Neurology Specialist

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