During this week, baby’s digestive system has produced a black and sticky by-product called Meconium. Find out what else happens when you’re 20 weeks pregnant –
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Video Transcription: Hey mommies, you’re halfway through your pregnancy
During this week you can conduct a routine ultrasound to find out the sex of your baby
If it’s a baby girl then by now has a fully formed uterus and seven million primitive eggs on her ovaries
For the baby boy the testicles haven’t inclined from the abdomen, they are waiting for the scrotum to completely develop
Your little ones height is 10 inches and weighs 10.5 ounces
A new fat gets deposited under your baby’s skin
Most of the fat is called brown fat which keeps your baby warm till his/her internal temperature regulatory system starts functioning after birth
The white fat that are responsible for pinchable cheeks are still developing
Your baby is swallowing more than he or she does in the past weeks which is a good ongoing development of his or her digestive system
During this week a black and sticky by-product of the baby’s digestive system that is Meconium starts producing
Mommies can experience vaginal discharges which can be beneficial
You can also observe your nails getting stronger
Occasional headaches can also be experienced which can be prevented by exposing yourself to proper lighting and ventilation
And for those experiencing leg cramps and swelling drinking enough fluids will be beneficial
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