The baby now weighs 1-2 ounces and is roughly 3 and a half inches long. The baby's head can move away from it's chest as the neck grows and gets longer. The hands and fingers are getting their function and the baby will move them around. The heartbeat can easily be heard through a doppler and seen through an ultrasound. The baby is now receiving nourishment totally from the placenta.
Maternal Changes on Week 14
Your body has been preparing for breastfeeding since you became pregnant and your areolas may become larger and darker. You should also have noticed more veins around your chest. Your hormone levels are stabilizing and you should be experiencing less fatigue and nausea.
Pregnancy most commonly lasts 40 weeks, this website provides information of a general nature and is not a replacement for professional healthcare advise. There are many factors that can influence a pregnancy due date including age, ethnicity, number of previous children, and length of menstrual cycle. Every woman's pregnancy is different and the due date can only be estimated within a certain degree of accuracy.