What’s happening during 7th week of your pregnancy? Your baby is now the size of a bean but will grow very fast. Read from here to find more details on 7 Weeks Pregnant –

From conception to birth, take a unique look on fetal development during the 9 months of pregnancy. Discover how your baby grows and what happens to your body during the whole pregnancy week.

Video Transcription: Welcome to 7th week of pregnancy. Your baby has been growing rapidly and expansively.
Now the baby is about 10, 000 times bigger than it was at conception
At 7th week the little kidneys of your baby are getting ready to function. The lips and tooth buds are beginning to form
During 7th week of pregnancy, majority of the fetal growth and development takes place on the baby’s head. The brain cells are developing, the mouth is forming, and the eyes and ears are becoming noticeable
The limbs are sprouting and will soon become defined shoulders, arms, legs, and knees. The excretory system is preparing to function in waste management
Baby’s liver is forming and will soon begin producing red blood cells; also the bone marrow is fully developed by this week
By the end of this week, the baby measures between 11 and 13 mm from crown to rump
Miscarriage is the most common complication at 7 weeks
You should call a doctor when you experience heavy, bright-red bleeding and severe cramping.
During pregnancy mothers should do moderate and low-impact physical exercise. The recommended exercises during 7 weeks of pregnancy are brisk walking, yoga for beginners and swimming.
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9 Comments

  1. DogBone

    Thanks for scaring the shit out of me and making me depressed!

  2. Carnalpleasure

    I am 7 weeks. is it normal to have cramps? I’m not bleeding and the cramps
    aren’t bad but its just a little here and there

  3. Scarface

    I Have A Question , I’m 7 Weeks Pregnant And I Have Experienced Spotting
    And Abdominal Free Fluid .. Is My Baby Okay Or Is Something Wrong ?

  4. AwesomeAmerican

    Watching this makes me so happy! I can’t wait till our little bundle of joy
    gets here!! & the host is so bright & joyful! (: She mentioned miscarriage
    for us to be more CAUTIOUS and CAREFUL with our bodies. Don’t take it so
    negative. It’s just a heads up. I rather KNOW than NOT know. Smh. If the
    stove is HOT are you going to tell your child to NOT touch it or let them
    find out for themselves? SMFH.

  5. MrPeppermint

    And I want to ask you I have pregnancy of 7 weeks , sometimes I forget that
    I am pregnant and I keep running then I remember that I am pregnant . Is
    that dangerous ??

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  7. DefaultAsAwesome

    I agrer to mention miscarriage in this video is insensitive!!

  8. Chillediate

    Just when my nerves started to calm she says what she says about
    miscarriage. NOT needed in a video other than a what can go wrong type
    video. Smh!

  9. Fuzzywavest

    I know miscarriage happens but that’s the last thing a pregnant woman
    wants to hear after they are explaining what is currently happening with
    the fetus. Stating that a miscarriage could happen at this stage is
    ridiculous because it can happen at ANY time during pregnancy….. Wish I
    didn’t watch