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9 Weeks Pregnant
It’s hard to know about your pregnancy looking at your figure. There is not a high level of chorionic hormone in blood yet, but you already feel the change: your skin has become smoother and firmer even though it might have pimples on. Now you are going to have to wash your hair less often because it gets dryer. Your breasts swell more and get more sensitive. Occasionally there will be a yellowish discharge from vagina. It should not be a matter to worry about at all.
Your nose may close up and start bleeding from it but it is a common phenomenon during pregnancy. Try to use an evaporator or an air humidifier to reduce these attributes.
The embryo’s back starts to straighten out and the little tail starts to wither. The head is still disproportionately greater and is inclined to the chest. Eyes are already sufficiently formed but tightened by the membrane. The embryo has already built some muscles and he starts to move slightly, but this can only be determined by ultrasound. The end limbs continue to grow out further and hands tend to grow faster than legs. There are a hint of fingers on the palms already and the membrane between them gradually disappears. The baby has got elbows and the skeletal system starts to strengthen out.
Embryo length and weight
Length from crown to sacrum - approximately 0,6693 inches.
Weight - approximately 0,0705 ounces.