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14 Weeks Pregnant: Your Baby’s Development

Smart mouth. Your baby's mouth can open and close and is starting to make swallowing and sucking motions. Those little facial muscles are really getting a workout!

Set for speech. The esophagus, windpipe, larynx and vocal cords are all prepped and ready for that first loud wail after birth.

Face formation. By now the eyes have moved to their proper place at the top of the face, and the ears have moved from the neck to the sides of the head. The jaws have been complete for a while, and the palate is now "zipping up," closing from front to back.

Measuring up. Your little one weighs about two ounces and is 3.2 to 4.3 inches long.

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14 Weeks Pregnant: Your Symptoms

Feeling congested? The hormone progesterone is to blame for this condition called pregnancy rhinitis. It increases circulation to the mucous membranes of the nose, causing them to swell. While unfortunately, there aren’t many treatments, you can use a humidifier or dab on a little petroleum jelly to moisturise the skin. Just be sure to stay clear of nasal sprays.

Did you know? Your baby is making sucking motions with his or her mouth and may even be able to get a thumb in! At 14 weeks, your little one is starting to look more “human” because the eyes and ears are now in the proper place on the head.

14 Weeks Pregnant: Your Checklist

If your nose is stuffy, use a humidifier or put a little petroleum jelly in each nostril

Say goodbye to your normal waistline, as your uterus starts to rise above your pubic bone

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14 Weeks Pregnant: Your Checklist

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If your nose is stuffy, use a humidifier or put a little petroleum jelly in each nostril

Say goodbye to your normal waistline, as your uterus starts to rise above your pubic bone

Search for a good childbirth class and sign up

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