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Watching week by week development of your baby during pregnancy is surely the most precious moments. The baby can now hear your voice as he/she is now 16 weeks old.
We know that you are highly curious to know what all is happing with your body when you are 16 weeks pregnant. So before we deep dive into facts about your baby below is a list of interesting facts related to your body at 16 weeks pregnancy.
1. Weight Gain
- Watching yourself gaining weight may not appear to be a good transformation at first. But at 16 weeks pregnant your baby is growing rapidly and trying to accommodate in the uterus well and weight gain is obvious.
- Every extra ounce you acquire during week 16 pregnancy is a sign that you and your baby are maintaining a good health.
- At this point of time, you may experience a bulge in your belly and the baby bump can reveal your top secret to the world – in case you have shared it yet.
From now on, make sure you embrace the changes in your body throughout pregnancy – these will be the most memorable moments for you.
2. Nasal Congestion or Blocked Nose
- Your uterus is not the only part, which continues to swell throughout your pregnancy. The pregnancy hormones are circulating in your body and may affect the mucous membranes present in your nose too.
- You may be well aware of occasional nosebleeds that may occur but unfortunately, the stuffy nose can create more uncomforting situations during this time.
- Make sure to consult your doctor before trying your hands on any kinds of Nasal Sprays as some nasal sprays can cause pregnancy-related complications.
- Installing a humidifier in your room and dabbing your nose with a lubricant or petroleum jelly can help avoid dryness and congestion.
- If in case the congestion becomes truly unbearable then try your hands on saline sprays or nasal strips – but only after consulting your doctor.
3. Skin Radiance and Lustrous Hairs
- It is definitely good news for moms to be (at week 16 pregnancy) to start having glowing skin because as per our research 16 weeks is too early for most. Usually, radiant skin starts to show at 20 weeks of Pregnancy.
- You may also notice a fast pace growth of fingernails and lustrous hair.
- Backache would not be new to you, by this stage of pregnancy.
- The pregnancy hormones continue to create turmoil throughout your pregnancy and often result in aching back.
5. Enlarged Breasts
- Your breasts may look fuller and may now have gone several cup sizes higher. You are more likely to get prepped for lactation or breastfeeding by the end of second trimester.
- You may feel blocked or constipated throughout your pregnancy due to the extra pressure on your intestines.
- Keep your plates well acquainted with fiber-rich foods and include plenty of healthy drinks in your diet regime to keep things moving well.
7. Dry and Itchy Eyes
- You may feel a discomfort or itching in your sensitive eyes, during 16-week pregnancy.
- You can use an effective eye drop to relieve discomfort and pain.
8. Don’t Mind The Pregnancy Brain
- 16 weeks pregnancy introduces you to new aspects of your brain. We bet no one knows that a pregnant woman is more likely to become forgetful during pregnancy.
- The reason behind pregnancy brain is still unclear but it may be because your mind is super committed to making a baby and working many extra hours per day and so the forgetful nature.
10. Measuring The Embryo
- At week 16 pregnancy your baby measures around 4.6 inches in length and weighs around 3.5 ounces. The baby resembles the size of an avocado.
Also at this time some of the most fascinating developments of your baby are as follows:
- By week 16 pregnancy your baby’s eyes are well developed and have started working.
- Although the eyelids are still sealed, baby can make side-to-side movements and has already begun to perceive light.
- Your baby has grown more adorable with recently developed eyebrows and eyelashes. But the baby is still skinny and has not attained much fat yet.
- Your baby’s skin is practically translucent till now and it allows you to get a sneak peek at the blood vessels under that thin sheet of soft skin.
- At 16 weeks pregnant, tiny bones of the fetus have attained a perfect position.
- As the earlobes of the fetus are now in place, she or he can now listen to your voice while you are talking to someone or when you are singing in the shower.
- It’s high time for moms to be to start crooning your favorite lullabies. Studies reveal that babies who hear a song while in mother’s womb recognize the same tune when it is sung to them after birth as well.
11. Checklist For 16Weeks Pregnant Woman
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