Your baby is
Ideal weight gain
You are 19 weeks pregnant and are halfway there! Your baby's sensory development is underway. The baby is as big as a tomato and weighs 240 grams. If your baby is a girl she has 6 Million eggs that will reduce to 1 million by the time she is born.
Your uterus grows at a rapid rate and this may cause abdominal cramping. Slip into lose and comfy maternity clothes to keep discomfort at bay. Pregnany can cause nasal congestion and make you snore! You will be up in the nights scavenging for food and this is normal.
Food & Nutrition
Your diet should definitely consist of Vitamin B containing food, its of the utmost importance. Vitamin B and good fats take part in the development of the baby's brain.
Fitness & Exercise
This week, embrace the great outdoors. Walking around will make you happy and help divert you of stress or drastic mood swings. 30 minutes will suffice. Take your partner along to make a day of it.
Low Impact Aerobics
Hi, I'm 17 weeks pregnant. My baby hasn't started to kick till now. Every one in the society are making fun that my baby will turn out to be a lazy kid. I'm not a slim woman and I have had belly fat since my childhood. Can this be the reason for me not feeling the kick? I visited my doctor a week ago and she said everything is fine and in 10 more days she has asked me to get a scan done. But due the jokes of the neighbours, I'm feeling very stressed regarding the baby kicks. What should I do?