Your baby is
1/8th of an inch
Ideal weight gain
0 - 100 grams
At six weeks there is a lot going on with your little one. The limbs and digits are begininng to form and resemble little buds. Your baby is the size of a lentil and his eyes, nose and ears are beginning to form and are well marked. An interesting fact about your baby is that its heart beats 150 times a minute, twice the rate of an adult heart.
Nausea and fatigue will take you over and mood swings will start to make their presence felt. Some expectant mothers even experience sleepness at this point in their pregnancy. The best thing to do is have a bunch of pregnancy books to read and music to listen to, to pass the time and not feel as though the world is ending.
Food & Nutrition
Your baby is developing at the speed of light and so should your diet include more and more nutritious food. Milk and other dairy are recommended.
Fitness & Exercise
Reserve your evenings for walks or swims as you need the agility to avoid cramps and other bothersome symptoms of pregnancy.
Low Impact Aerobics
Hello moms This is my first pregnancy I ma worrying because of my symptoms some days before I was having vomiting but from 3 to 4 days no vomiting only dizzyness while going sleeping n when I wake up how to know that my pregnancy is going well plz help me because my next appointment with doctor is on 3 rd April after 2weeks