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Week by week, your baby grows and develops in wonderful ways. Use our tool to keep track and stay informed throughout your pregnancy.
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A Week by Week guide to pregnancy
Your baby's lungs are manufacturing surfactant, a substance that helps keep the air sacs from sticking together when your baby takes that first breath. Learn more about pregnancy week 39.
Your baby is shedding body hair and getting rid of vernix, the waxlike substance that protects the skin. Meanwhile, you're probably watching for signs of labor. Get the details on pregnancy week 38.
In these final weeks, your baby is adding about half an ounce of fat per day — getting cuter than ever. You may feel that your baby is sitting lower these days. Find out more about pregnancy week 37.
Your baby is curled up tightly inside your uterus, waiting to greet you. Time to reflect upon your wonderful nine-month journey together and what lies ahead. Get the details on pregnancy week 40.
Brain wave patterns show that your baby can respond to sounds such as your voice, your tummy rumbling, and even noises in the outside world. Learn more about pregnancy week 28.
Your growing baby relies on nutrients taken from you to build up internal stores and to gain weight. Calcium, iron, and protein are especially important. Find out more about pregnancy week 30.
Your baby's brain can regulate body temperature now, but your baby still needs the warmth of your body to stay toasty until birth. Find out more about pregnancy week 29.
Has your acrobat flipped upside down yet? Most babies settle in the head-down position by this week. You may feel little toes or elbows poking you in the ribs. Learn more about pregnancy week 32.
Your baby is in the fetal position, legs tucked, and is moving less often. Be ready for practice contractions, which are different from preterm labor contractions. Learn more about pregnancy week 31.
All of your baby's senses are working now, preparing for life in the big world. You may be bothered by sore wrists, but the pain will likely disappear after birth. Learn more about pregnancy week 33.
Those arms and legs are getting chubbier this week. It's likely that your baby is in the head-down position now, ready for the big journey down the birth canal. Get more details on pregnancy week 35.
Your baby is moving around less frequently, mostly because of the cramped quarters. Only a few weeks to go now — are you watching for signs of labor? Learn more about pregnancy week 34.