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Know Week By Week Growth of Your Baby through Baby size fruit chart

During Week 1 to 3 ,  fertilisation of eggs happens in mother’s body and zygote attaches itself to the uterus.
So Ladies, if you’re pregnant, you know how overwhelming it is to have a human life growing inside of you!

In Week 4 Your baby is about the size of a poppy seed! With the Length of 0.1cm &Weight of Less than 1g. Nausea and indigestion are common symptoms in this week.

Your baby is now around the size of an apple seed With the Length of 0.1cm & Weight of Less than 1g.
The narrow pointed end of seed will become your baby’s spine and the larger rounded end will become yours baby’s head.
Food cravings and aversions are common symptoms in this week.

In 6th Week your baby is the size of sweet pea or about 0.65cm.
By this week, your baby has leaped in size and is well protected by the amniotic sac.
Breast tenderness and fatigue are common symptoms in this week.

In week 7 the baby size changes into blueberry which measures about 1.3 cm.
By this week, Baby's arms and legs start developing.
Frequent Urination, heartburn and indigestion are common symptoms in this week.

You're in month 2 of your pregnancy and your baby is the size of Raspberry or about 1.27cm. By this week, your baby's got lips, a nose and eyelids. Morning Sickness and fatigue are common symptoms during this week.

Now your little one has graduated from raspberry-sized to Green Olive with the length of 2.54 cm. By this week, your baby's heart is developed enough & heartbeat is audible on ultrasound. Constipation, gas and bloating are common symptoms during this week.

Now your baby is the size of a Kumquat with the length of 3 cm.
In this week the eyes are starts developing with the formation of eyelids and eyebrows.
Your cravings might increase around this time.

Your baby has now grown to about the lime size and is about 4 cm.
The baby’s fingernails begin to grow. By this week your nausea will start to shrink.

It’s Week 12 and your baby is now just about the size of a plum or with a length of 5.3cm.
Your baby begins to develop reflexes and will move in response to stimulation.
You will have low energy due to the hormonal changes.

It’s Week 13 and Your baby has grown as long as a size of lemon by now.
Baby head is now about 1/3 the size of the body instead of ½.
Your frequency of urination increases and so is the risk of dehydration. Keep yourself hydrated & drink plenty of water.

It’s Week 14 and your baby is the size of Nectarine or about 8.6cm long.
All the internal organs formed in your baby will start maturing from this week. You may experience nasal congestion and some achy pains to your lower abdomen.

At Week 15, your baby has now grown to the size of an apple. Lanugo starts developing on the baby’s body to protect the skin. Indigestion, swollen gums & shortness of breath are common symptoms during this week.

At Week 16, now your baby is the size of an avocado or about 11.5 cm.
Muscles are firming up by this week and the baby movements can be felt.
Your naval lines become visible by this week.

At Week 17 your baby is now around the size of an Pear and measures about 13cm in length.
Brain is beginning to develop the areas that will control sense of taste, touch, hearing, smell, and vision in your baby.
Your body is continuing to change in subtle ways and you might see a few extra pounds accumulating around your waistline this week.

It’s Week 18 and now your baby is the size of a Bell Pepper or about 14cm.
By this week your baby will be very busy in trying to move the arms and legs, and you will soon be able to feel the movements in your tummy.
Swollen feet, Backaches, leg cramps and baby licks are common symptoms during this week.

It’s Week 19 and now your baby is the size of a Mango or about 15cm.
Your baby’s arms and legs are now balanced to his body and to each other.
Dizziness, Abdominal aches and pains & Hip pain are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 20 and now your baby is the size of Artichoke or about 16.5cm.
By this week, the baby is weighed from head to heel and baby movements are becoming more common.
Vaginal discharge, leg cramps, swelling and sleeping difficulties are common symptoms as your belly grows, finding a comfortable position can be hard.
Use extra pillows and try lying on your side with your leg propped up.

It’s week 21 and now your baby is the length of Carrot or about 26.7cm.
Baby is big enough now that you've probably been feeling their fetal movements more and more lately.
Braxton Hicks contractions, Indigestion, leaky boobs and stretch marks are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 22 and now your baby is the size of Papaya or about 27.8cm.
Baby eyelids and eyebrows are almost developed by this time.
Outtie belly button, Increased vaginal discharge, Stretch marks are the common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 23 and now your baby is the size of Grapefruit or about 28.9cm.
The baby’s hearing ability is developing. Baby’s brain and hearing are more developed by this week.

It’s week 24 and now your baby is the size of Cantaloupe Melon or about 30cm.
Now nostrils open for "practice breathing;" they must go through the same movements as actual breathing but inhale amniotic fluid rather than air.
Sleep disturbance, Linea nigra, Backaches, Baby kicking are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 25 and now your baby is the size of Rutabaga or about 34.6cm.
By this week baby’s brain is developing a complex structure. The baby's taste buds are also formed in such a way that they can taste the amniotic fluid they shallows.
Frequent Urination, hemorrhoids, heartburn, constipation, trouble sleeping are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 26 and now your baby is the size of Lettuce or about 35.6cm.
The ears of your baby are now more defined, and the inner nerves are much more developed that makes the sensation of hearing even more acute.
Joint and back pains are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 27 and now your baby is the size of Rutabaga or about 36.6cm.
By this week Your baby’s brain is very active now and is enduring to develop memory and lungs are developing more every day.
Snissing, Pressure in your pelvic area like the baby is pushing down, constipation, backaches and leg cramps are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 28 and now your baby is the size of eggplant or about 38cm.
The muscles of your baby are functioning all the time now and the muscle tone is growing.
During week 28 of your pregnancy that you have to urinate much more often than you have done in previous weeks.

It’s week 29 and now your baby is the size of Acorn Squash or about 39cm.
During this week your baby’s senses are quite developed and adrenal glands produce androgen by this week.
Itchy belly, frequent urination and your back pain might increase due to the extra weight by this week.

It’s week 30 and now your baby is the size of Cabbage or about 39.9cm.
Your baby’s eyes are opening and closing and now even looking around. Her bones are continuing to harden and are now responsible for creating red blood cells.
General discomfort, shortness of breath, trouble sleeping are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 31 and now your baby is the size of Coconut or about 41.1cm.
The brain of your baby is in its final stages of development, linking the nerve cells at a quick rate.
You might sweat excessively during this week.

It’s week 32 and now your baby is the size of Jimaca or about 41.1cm.
Your baby starts to develop layers of fat under her skin in Week 32. Her internal organs are working day by day and are preparing for the big day.
Darker nipples, Shortness of breath, Vaginal discharge are the common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 33 and now your baby is the size of Pineapple or about 43.7cm.
The baby’s skills and reflexes are developing by this week.
Overheating, shortness of breath, headaches are common symptoms during this week. Constipation can get worse, and your body's progesterone levels increase.

It’s week 34 and now your baby is the size of Butternut Squash or about 45cm.
The baby learns breathing by inhaling tiny quantities of amniotic fluid and exhaling.
Blurry Vision, fatique, constipation, swollen ankles and feet are the common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 35 and now your baby is the size of Honeydew or about 46.2cm.
Your baby has now also made its way to the correct place of conception. His head is down against the pubic bone and that way he will stay until delivery.
Frequent urination, constipation, aches and pains in the hips and pelvis are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 36 and now your baby is the size of Swiss Chard or about 47.4cm.
During this week your baby continues to practice breathing by inhaling and exhaling tiny quantities of amniotic fluid.
Water breaking, painful contractions, Regular contractions are common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 37 and now your baby is the size of Winter Melon or about 48.6cm. The fetal movements are reduced due to insufficient space inside the womb.
Spotting, heartburn, stretch marks, trouble sleeping are the common symptoms during this week.

It’s week 38 and now your baby is the size of Pumpkin or about 48.8cm.
During this week your baby’s head and abdomen are about the same size as last week but now continuing to gain about an ounce per day.
You can feel uterine contractions during this week.

It’s week 39 and now your baby is the size of watermelon or about 50.7cm.
By this week lungs keep forming multiple air sacs to help the baby take her first breath after birth.
Pelvic pressure, lightning crotch, mucus plug and urge to nest are common symptoms during this week.