Pregnancy Week by Week

September 1, 2009


What a fetus looks like at 20 weeks.Below is a list of each and every week of your pregnancy. Click on the week you are interested in and read about you and your baby. When available we provide pictures of what your fetus may look like.

If you would like this information emailed to you every week of your pregnancy, be sure to sign up for Week by Week. We will email you your current week of pregnancy and every week there after.

First Trimester

Second Trimester

Third Trimester

pprBookCover_thumb Also be sure to pick up your copy of the Pregnancy Pain Relief book. It provides you the most effective, safe, and easy ways to get away from the pain and discomfort that pregnancy often brings.


You’ll know the easy techniques to get out of pain in the shortest amount of time possible.

You do want to be comfortable don’t you?  Pick up your copy today.

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