From the 19th week is the second major check-up. Be curious: your child has made an impressive development since the first one. About you as expectant Mum sloshes in the 19th SSW away another hormone wave, which gives you a basically good feeling (with small Zipperlein). Here are some interesting facts about the 19th SSW: That Kindspech is something quite good and what you can do with a congested nose or back pain.
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19th week: This is how your baby develops
In the rib cage of your baby (19th week of pregnancy), his heart is pounding about twice as fast as yours. Every day, with this drum roll, it pumps around 28 liters of blood through the small body and supplies it with oxygen and nutrients. The heart is already fully developed in SSW 19, but its two chambers and two atria are not yet separated. Only after birth, the heart septa completely closed when your child breathes independently.
Even the tiny intestine begins its work around the 19th SSW. He collects waste products of the metabolism, which are excreted after birth as so-called Kindspech - babies first bowel movement.Abdominal pain in pregnancyWomen who are twitching pinches and tucks in the abdomen more often. That is normal. Sometimes, however, are also serious causes behind it. In expectant mums tweaks and pulls it more often times in the stomach. That is normal. Sometimes, however, there are serious causes behind it.
19th SSW Ultrasound: You can see that
Your child is about 200 grams on the scale, it measures about 13.5 centimeters in the 19th SSW from the crest to the butt. Twins are already pretty tight in the stomach.
Between the 19th week of pregnancy and the 22nd week of pregnancy, your gynecologist will perform the second major check-up. Even an ultrasound is back on the plan. You will be amazed at how much your child has learned since the first trimester examination and how far it has developed around the 19th week. You will see his snub-nosed little mouth, it will perhaps wave to you with his arms and prove his flexibility.
The gynecologist also has an exciting message for you in the 19 SSW: Gender of the baby can now be determined (almost certainly). You do not want to know what it will be? Normally, your gynecologist will ask you if he should reveal the sex before birth - but of course you can also tell him in advance, if you want to keep it exciting!