As your baby continues to develop in week 22, it's time to start learning about cesarean sections, blood clots, and more.
Your baby's ability to see, hear, smell, taste, and feel are developing stronger each day. Learn which of her senses are already working.
You may feel dizzy due to low blood pressure, which is normal around this time. Be careful when sitting or standing up suddenly to avoid falling or feeling too faint.
Your baby's been graced with the sense of touch! Aside from feeling, your baby also has more opacity to his or her skin than before.
You're reaping some of the physical benefits of pregnancy now--your hair probably looks great, and your manicures will last longer because your nails are stronger... woohoo! But there's a catch: You may also notice an increase in unwanted body or facial hair. Stick with waxing, shaving, or plucking to remove them; chemicals and depilatories could harm your baby-to-be.
1. Plan logistics with your baby shower host.
Take a unique look at Baby's development inside the womb this week.
Organize your doctor's appointments, save your ultrasound photos, and more--all in one place!
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Your baby's taste buds are developing-he may even be making faces depending on how much he likes your food choices!
What's going on with your baby in pregnancy week 22? Find out all about important pregnancy milestones and exciting fetal development s...
Learn how to fight the aches and pains that come with pregnancy, from your head to your hips.
Find out what to watch out for concerning blood clots and DVT during your pregnancy.
Cesareans differ from mom to mom, and so do the range of options you have for your second birth after a cesarean.
You're probably sporting a pretty big bump at this point. Don't worry about it-just enjoy your new pregnant body!
If you're experience the occasional urine leak, don't be embarrassed-it's completely normal.
Try these safe stretches to release built-up tension in your neck.
Try these simple fixes to help you sleep better at night.
Deciding to be a working or stay-at-home mom is a big decision, and something you should think about seriously before the baby is born.
Staying safe when you're outside alone is especially important now-you're protecting two lives!