Pregnancy Calendar

Based on your due date of September 30, 2012, here is your calendar:
Calendar months are based on 4 week lunar months. View all months

month 1
Dec 26-Jan 22
month 2
Jan 23-Feb 19
month 3
Feb 20-Mar 18
month 4
Mar 19-Apr 15
month 5
Apr 16-May 13
month 6
May 14-Jun 10
month 7
Jun 11-Jul 08
month 8
Jul 09-Aug 05
month 9
Aug 06-Sep 02
month 10
Sep 03-Sep 30
 
Month 1
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  Sun, Jan 01
Approximate day of your last menstrual cycle. If you smoke, this is the time to quit. Speak to your doctor about smoking cessation program. Speak to your health care provider about any current medications and their health risks to developing fetus. Look at your work and home environment for potential environmental hazards. Schedule a dental exam prior to pregnancy to take care of any necessary dental work to avoid unnecessary exposure to x-rays. Taking prenatal vitamins now with extra folic acid helps promote maternal and fetal health and prevent neural tube defects. Alcohol and drugs are a serious threat fetal development. They should be avoided during pregnancy.
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Getting a health physical for you and your partner prior to conception is helpful to avoid potential medical problems. Now is the time to talk with your partner about parenting and pregnancy. Ovulation should be occurring within the next several days. Look for increased mucus in vaginal secretions. Caffeine's effect on developing baby is unknown. It is best to avoid caffeine during pregnancy. If you have a regular exercise routine, usually there is no reason to stop. If you haven't found a doctor or midwife, now is a good time to start looking for one. Based on a 28 day cycle, today is the approximate date of conception.
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Once sperm enters egg, the egg splits and forms nuclei of ovum. Sperm nucei and ovum nuclei join and this is fertilization. Until day 15 baby is considered a zygote. Sex of your baby is determined at the moment of fertilization. Zygote is rapidly dividing and is surrounded by the zona pellucida The zona pellucida holds the cells together. The inner solid ball of cells is called the blastocyst. The zona pellucida is replaced by the trophoblast. The zygote is fed by uterine "milk" (or secretions from uterine glands) at this time.
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Between days 7-10 from fertilization implantation usually occurs. The amniotic sac begins to form at the time of implantation. The yolk sac and umbilical cord also begin to form. It is possible to receive positive results from a home pregnancy test at this time, but they are more accurate if taken after a missed period. You may be feeling symptoms of pregnancy now such as nausea, fatigue, and breast tenderness. You may be noticing more frequent urination and increased vaginal discharge. If you have a 28 day cycle, you should note an absence of your menstrual cycle today.

 

Month 2
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Baby is approximately 1 mm long.

 

Your baby is now called an embryo. Baby's neural tube forms, heart begins to form, and blood begins to circulate. Moms may notice nasal congestion and nosebleeds during pregnancy. Mom's blood volume begins to increase. Mom's will have 45% more blood by the third trimester.  Baby's liver begins to function. Mom's feelings about pregnancy range from ambivalence, excitement, to nervousness. All are normal.
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Baby is approximately 2 mm long. Eating dry crackers may help with morning sickness. Mom's should plan rest periods throughout the day to help with fatigue.  Normal weight gain during pregnancy is 25 - 35 pounds. During the 1st trimester expect a 3 1/2 - 5 pound gain.  Baby's limb buds are noticeable now. Baby's mouth, jaw, and esophagus are forming. Baby's heart begins to beat, although only visible through ultrasound 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 4-6 mm. Baby weighs about 0.4 grams  Baby's brain begins to form and cranial nerves are formed. Baby is C shaped now and has a tail. Moms may be experiencing mood swings and/or irritability.  Baby's placenta development begins. Baby's eyes, ears, mouth, nose, lip, tongue, and teeth are forming.  Moms should expect to have blood work done or scheduled at first prenatal appointment. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 8 mm or 0.30 inches. Baby weighs about 0.8 grams.  Mom may notice changes in skin pigmentation during pregnancy.  Baby's bones begin to form. Baby's mouth, nose, and lips are recognizable. Baby's sex glands appear.  Moms may find acupuncture helps with morning sickness. Baby's fingers and toes are present, although they may still be webbed.

 

Month 3
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Baby's crown to rump length is 12 mm or 0.50 inches. Baby weighs about 1 gram.  Baby's external ears are developing  Mom's clothing is probably getting tight now. Washing your face several times a day may help with skin breakouts. Baby's optic nerve and eyelids are developing. Baby's arms and legs are moving now. This would be visible on ultrasound. You may be able to hear your baby's heartbeat via doppler.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 20 mm or 0.75 inches. Baby weighs about 2 grams.  Baby's muscles in trunk, limbs, and head are developing.  Male and female genitalia still look very similar. Development of heart is complete. Warm or cold compresses may help with headaches. Your baby very clearly looks like a baby now. Some women experience only mild pregnancy symptoms.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 2.5-3.0 cm or 1.2 inches. Baby weighs about 3-5 grams or .25 ounces.  All organ systems and external structures are present now. Baby's head is almost half of your baby's size. Your baby's face is well formed. Skipping meals because of morning sickness will likely make nausea worse. Eat small meals instead. You might start wearing some maternity clothes now. Pregnant moms require more oxygen. They may feel short of breath.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 3-5 cm or 1.2-2.0 inches. Baby weighs about 8 grams. Baby's fingers and toes begin growing soft nails.  Baby's intestines are developing. Baby's bladder sac is formed. Kegel exercises can help curb urinary incontinence. Boy babies begin producing testosterone. Congratulations! You have completed your first trimester.

 

Month 4
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Baby's crown to rump length is 5-6 cm or 2.0-2.4 inches. Baby weighs about 14 grams or 0.5 ounces.  Baby's skin is pink and delicate.  Baby is making hormones such as insulin now. Baby's liver is producing bile. Pregnancy amnesia kicks in. You may find yourself more forgetful. Sleeping on your belly is likely impossible. Try sleeping on your side. Using a body pillow at night may help with discomfort.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 7-9 cm or 3.0-3.5 inches. Baby weighs about 35 grams or 1.25 ounces.  Baby's tooth sockets are forming.   Baby's hair follicles develop. Sleeping with your head elevated may help with night time heartburn. Exercises performed laying flat on your back should be avoided now. Lamaze, Bradley, Dick-Read, and hypnobirthing are childbirth methods to consider. If you haven't picked one already, you are probably looking for baby names.  
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Baby's crown to rump length is 9-10 cm or 3.5-4.0 inches. Baby weighs about 50 grams or 1.75 ounces.  Baby begins to inhale and exhale amniotic fluid (practicing breathing). Morning sickness has hopefully disappeared. Baby has meconium present in the intestines now.  Mom may find her skin drier during pregnancy. Lotions may help.  Moms may experience leg cramps. Make sure to stretch legs when they occur. Some women experience carpal tunnel syndrome during pregnancy. Talk to your doctor if you experience muscle aches in your hands and wrist.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 10-11 cm or 4-4.3 inches. Baby weighs about 100 grams or 3.5 ounces.   Baby may be sucking its thumb.  You may be starting to feel baby move now. First time moms may not feel baby move till closer to 20 wks. Baby's sex is distinguishable now. If you have an ultrasound it is possible to detect the baby's gender this early. You'll probably be asked if you want blood work done for alpha fetoprotein testing done (a screening for neural tube defects or Down's Syndrome). Moms may feel frustrated that you are too big for your regular clothes, but don't quite fit into maternity clothes.   There are many old wive's tales predicting baby's gender. Try our gender prediction quiz.

 

Month 5
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Baby's crown to rump length is 11 or 12 cm or 5 inches. Baby weighs about 100-150 grams or 3.5-5.3 ounces.   Baby's eyes and ears are in their proper place now. Baby's circulatory system is completely functional. Baby's sweat glands are developing. Moms may have back pain during pregnancy. Try wearing a pregnancy support belt. If you have other children, try having them sit on your lap instead of carrying or lifting them.  Eating high fiber foods such as fruits, veggies, and bran cereal may help with constipation.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 13.5 cm or 5.3 inches. Baby weighs about 150-200 grams or 5.3-7.0 ounces.   Fine hair called lanugo is starting to appear.  Baby's fingerprints and toeprints are forming.  Baby's teeth beginning to form enamel.  Mom may be experiencing round ligament pains - pain or discomfort on one or both sides of abdomen.  Ask your doctor or midwife for safe over the counter medications to take for heartburn.  You probably have begun shopping for baby clothes and baby furniture.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 15 cm or 6 inches. Baby weighs about 250 grams or 8.5 ounces.   Baby is sucking and swallowing.  Try talking to your baby. Baby can hear you.  Baby may assume favorite positions. Moms may have a white vaginal discharge known as leukorrhea. Moms may experience bleeding gums when brushing teeth. You may have to be creative and try different positions during sexual intercourse.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 16 cm or 6.3 inches. Baby weighs about 300 grams or 10.5 ounces.   Fetal heartbeat can be heard with fetoscope.  Baby's skin becomes less transparent. Baby can grasp things.  Moms should elevate their feet and legs when resting or sitting to help with swelling. If mom has developed hemorrhoids ice packs or topical ointments may help. Now is a good time to register for childbirth preparations class.

Month 6
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Baby's crown to rump length is 18 cm or 7 inches. Baby weighs about 300-350 grams or 10.5-12.3 ounces.   Vernix, a white lanolin-like covering, appears on baby to protect its skin.  You may have had an ultrasound and know your baby's gender.  Baby's nipples now appear on mammary glands. Dad may become more involved in pregnancy. Moms might have more vivid dreams or nightmares. If you are planning to breastfeed, a breastfeeding class is recommended.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 19 cm or 7.5 inches.Baby weighs about 350-425 grams or 12.3-15 ounces. Baby's eyelashes and eyebrows are growing.  Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 10 inches. Baby now sleeps and wakes on a somewhat regular schedule. A birth plan is something you might be working on. Some moms will hire a doula or labor assistant for support during labor. During the second trimester, moms feel less fatigue and more energy.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 20 cm or 7.9 inches. Baby weighs about 425-500 grams or 15 ounces -1.1 pounds.  Baby is starting to make antibodies.  Dad may be able to see or feel baby's movements. Baby's heartbeat is getting stronger. Some moms have difficultly wearing contacts during pregnancy. This usually resolves 6 wks postpartum. Moms may start to worry about weight gain. Nutrition during pregnancy is vital for proper development.  Sex life may be affected. Dad may have fears of hurting your or baby. You may desire sex more or sex drive may go down during pregnancy. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 21 cm or 8.3 inches. Baby weighs about 500-600 grams or 1.1-1.3 pounds  Bleeding and blurred vision are some danger signs in pregnancy. Baby's lungs are developing. Alveoli are forming.   Baby has developed a hand grip reflex and startle reflex. Baby is getting bigger and has less space to move around.  Mom may be experiencing Braxton Hicks Contractions. Dizziness during pregnancy sometimes occurs. Sleeping on your side is one thing you can do to help. 

 

Month 7
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Baby's crown to rump length is 22 cm or 8.7 inches. Baby weighs about 600-700 grams or 1.3-1.5 pounds   Baby's eye is completely developed and will open soon.  Baby's skin is red and wrinkled.  More than half of baby's born now will survive. Mom may worry about having signs of preterm labor. Mom is probably looking forward to baby shower soon.  If your having problems with leg cramps, try using heat. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 23 cm or 9 inches. Baby weighs about 700-800 grams or 1.5-1.75 pounds.   Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 11 inches. Baby's brain looks like a mature brain now.  Alveoli appear in the lungs and begin producing surfactant. If you've had a prior cesarean birth you may be considering a VBAC, vaginal birth after cesarean Mom may notice increased shortness of breath. More and more mothers are considering storing their baby's cord blood.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 24 cm or 9.4 inches. Baby weighs about 850-1000 grams or 1.8-2.2 pounds.   Baby's eyes open.  Baby has a strong grip. Baby is able to cry.  Moms are averaging a 1/2-1 pound weight gain per week now.  Moms may be experiencing groin pains. Congratulations you have finished your second trimester!
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Baby's crown to rump length is 25 cm or 9.8 inches. Baby weighs about 1000-1100 grams or 2.2-2.4 pounds.   Mom should start monitoring fetal movements through daily kick counts.  Baby starts to recognize mom's voice in third trimester. If baby is a boy, testes are descending.  You should be tested for gestational diabetes now. Braxton Hicks contractions may be increasing. You will probably begin seeing your health care provider every 2 wks now.

 

Month 8
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Baby's crown to rump length is 26 cm or 10.2 inches. Baby weighs about 1100-1250 grams or 2.4-2.75 pounds   Baby is 2/3 it's final size.  Baby is picking up body fat and filling out. Baby is able to partially control it's own body temperature now. Mom may be experiencing increased urination again. Talk to your heath care provider about guidelines to call when having contractions. Mom may be trying to decide whether or not to circumcise if baby is a boy.  
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Baby's crown to rump length is 27 cm or 10.6 inches. Baby weighs about 1300-1400 grams or 2.8-3.1 pounds  

Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 15.5 inches.

 

Baby's has rhythmic breathing, but lungs are still not fully mature. Baby's eyes respond to light. Baby's bones are fully developed. Now is a good time to practice relaxation exercises. Mom should discuss options available to her if she should need a cesarean section. La Leche League is a non-profit organization that provides support for breastfeeding moms. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 28 cm or 11 inches. Baby weighs about 1500-1600 grams or 3.3-3.5 pounds   Baby's kicking may be stronger and more vigorous.  Baby's heart rate is about 120-160 beats per minute. Baby sleeps most of the time now and has period of REM sleep.  You may notice leaking colostrum.   You should report lack of fetal movement to your health care provider immediately.  You may be experiencing leaking urine or stress incontinence. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 29 cm or 11.4 inches. Baby weighs about 1700-1800 grams or 3.75-4 pounds   Baby begins storing iron, phosphorous, and calcium.  Baby's testicles (if a boy) may be located in the scrotal sac now. Baby is gaining weight more rapidly now. You may be anxious and restless about labor. Now is a good time to discuss with your health care provider birth control options. You may be put on bedrest if there are signs of preterm labor.

Month 9
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Baby's crown to rump length is 30 cm or 11.8 inches. Baby weighs about 1900-2000 grams or 4.2-4.4 pounds   Baby appears less red and wrinkled now.  Babies born at this time have a good chance of survival, but will require extra care.  Baby's kidneys are fully developed.  Headaches, blurred vision and excessive swelling are signs of preeclampsia. Moms may experience increased shortness of breath. It's a good idea to take rings off during the third trimester if you are having problems with swelling.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 31 cm or 12.2 inches. Baby weighs about 2100-2250 grams or 4.6-5 pounds   Baby is becoming increasingly cramped for space, but is still very active.  Many baby's eyes are blue at birth, but change colors later. Dress in layers if you find yourself feeling hotter than usual.  Your sex drive may decrease during the third trimester. Drinking more water will help with swelling.  Witch hazel compresses may help with hemorrhoids.
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Baby's crown to rump length is 33 cm or 13 inches. Baby weighs about 2350-2550 grams or 5.2-5.6 pounds   Baby should be turned head down and preparing for birth.  Baby's lanugo hair is starting to disappear. During the last wks of pregnancy it would be best not to do any lengthy travels.  Babies need a rear facing carseat to travel home from the hospital.  If you're still having difficulty coming up with a name try our baby name database Talk to your health care provider about pain relief options during labor.  
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Baby's crown to rump length is 34 cm or 13.4 inches. Baby weighs about 2600-2750 grams or 5.7-6 pounds   Baby's fingernails reach the end of fingers.  Now is a good time to pack your bag for the hospital.  Don't forget to have a camera packed. Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 18.5 inches. Group B strep is a lab test that is commonly done between 35-37 wks.  You will start having once a week appointments now.

 

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Baby's crown to rump length is 35 cm or 13.8 inches. Baby weighs about 2850-2950 grams or 6.3-6.5 pounds   Both boy and girl babies may have swollen breasts when born. Increased mucusy vaginal discharge is common in the last few wks of pregnancy. Bloody show is one sign of labor.  False labor is fairly common. It is always safer to go in and be checked. You may have a vaginal exam to check for dilation and effacement.  Babies born now are considered full term. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 35-36 cm or 13.8-14.2 inches. Baby weighs about 3000-3100 grams or 6.6-6.8 pounds   Baby girls will have a pink or mucousy vaginal discharge during the first few days after birth.  You are cleaning like your mother in law is coming for a visit (other wise known as nesting). Backaches and menstrual type cramps may be early signs of labor. Increased pelvic pressure is another sign of early labor. Make a phone list of everyone that needs to be called after birth. Better yet, set up a phone tree with family and friends. If you don't have someone to help after baby is born, freeze up some meals ahead of time so you won't have to cook right away. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 36-37 cm or 14.2-14.6 inches. Baby weighs about 3200-3250 grams or 7-7.2 pounds.

Baby's skin is pink and smooth now.  If baby's head is not downward, you may have a cesarean birth. Walking may help to encourage labor. A list of positive affirmations may be helpful during labor.  It's a good idea to put baby's carseat in the car now so it doesn't get forgotten.  Diarrhea, nausea, and indigestion are all possible signs of early labor. 
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Baby's crown to rump length is 37-38 cm or 14.6-15 inches. Baby weighs about 3400-3450 grams or 7.5-7.6 pounds  You may have a sudden burst of energy. Only a little more than 10% of women's water breaks before the onset of labor.  Non stress tests are usually done if baby goes past its due date.  Baby's total length (head to toe) is approximately 21.5 inches. Your doctor will likely schedule an induction if you go past 41-42 wks. Congratulations you have reached your due date!