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Friday, October 15, 2010

22 weeks pregnancy

~::Assalamualaikum wbt::~

Week 22

minggu ni byk perubahan yang aku rase..terutamanya waktu malam..sakit belakang...sakit pinggang... tido mlm pon selau terjaga..perut pon rase makin tegang..
1 baju kurung dah kain rosak dowh.. tu la gagah sgt nk pakai kain tu..

bb dlm perut pon dah rase gerak2.. kdg2 kiri, kdg2 kanan...kdg2 bawah..tetibe je ade rase mcm org tumbuk..huk2
x sakit, tp cam geli2 je..:p

x sabar nk g klinik next week... nak tau perkembangan bb...

How Big is the Baby at 22 Weeks Pregnant?

Compared to your baby's first weeks of life, your baby at pregnancy week 22 is now a giant! At more 10.9 inches long your baby weighs over 15 ounces!

Your Baby's Growth and Development

Your baby continues to grow each and every day of your pregnancy week by week. His organs are developing and maturing during pregnancy week 22, as are his internal systems, including the digestive and reproductive system.

By this point in time, your baby's eyelids have formed and his eyebrows have already developed. Your baby should already have fingernails. By the time your baby is born, you may find he is already ready for his first nail trimming!

By week 22, your baby's organs are specializing in their functions. Your baby is also starting to show some unique features. If you were to peak inside the womb, you might notice your baby's first signs of teeth and his full lips.

Your Growth and Development

Your uterus may now be approximately 2 cm or almost 3/4 of an inch above your belly button. Your abdomen still isn't large enough to be an obstacle at 22 weeks pregnant, however you may find that your center of gravity has slightly shifted.

Changes in You

As your abdomen continues to grow at 22 weeks of pregnancy, you may start developing stretch marks. Some women start developing stretch marks early in their pregnancy, whereas others develop them only after the third trimester. An even smaller number of women never get any!

Typically more than half of all women will get stretch marks during their pregnancy. They may form on the breasts, inner thighs, waist and abdomen as your body expands to accommodate your growing baby. Typically stretch marks vary in color from white, to pink or purple and even dark brown depending on your skin color. Many women believe that religious application of lotion will prevent stretch marks from forming, but even the most enthusiastic moisturizer may find herself laden with stretch marks.

Whether or not you develop stretch marks is largely genetically determined. Check out your mother's belly. If she has a lot of stretch marks, chances are you will too. The good news is that most stretch marks do fade in the months following delivery. Even the most intense stretch marks become lighter after birth. Many women wear their stretch marks with pride, as a sign of the amazing feat they accomplished creating and carrying life for nine months.
Lotion and other moisturizers may not help with stretch marks, but they certainly will help your skin feel supple and help eliminate any itching you may be experiencing during pregnancy. Many women simply enjoy the process of applying lotions to their body during pregnancy.

For a wonderful line of pregnancy stretch mark creams, check out the collection from Belli Skincare. These products do not contain any harmful ingredients, so they are safe to use during pregnancy.

By pregnancy week 22 you might also start noticing that your belly button is starting to protrude. Most women's navel will protrude or pop out after about the 20th week of pregnancy. Don't worry, your belly button should return to normal after delivery.
While pregnancy often has many "ill effects", it also has many positive ones. Many women are complimented on their "glowing" complexion during pregnancy. The increasing amount of blood circulating through your body can result in a fuller face and flushed cheeks. Unfortunately, pregnancy also sometimes results in a problem that might remind you of your teenage years… acne. While some women will enjoy a glowing look and feel during pregnancy, others are plagued with breakouts on their arms, back, and face. This is largely due to the increasing levels of hormones circulating throughout your body.

Don't worry; these eruptions will subside some time after birth. In fact, some women find their acne clears up in the third trimester.

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