11 Weeks Pregnant

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  • At 11 weeks pregnant, nearly all structures and organs are formed and beginning to function.
  • Fingers and toes have separated - Take a glimpse at how incredibly precious your child's tiny feet are at this point.
  • Hair and nails begin to grow at 11 weeks of pregnancy
  • The genitals begin to take on the proper gender characteristics - It will be just a few more weeks before your ultrasound can show if you are having a boy or a girl! Have you been dreaming of pink or blue?
  • Amniotic fluid begins to accumulate as the kidneys begin to function - This fluid, consisting primarily of water, helps provide a cushion for your baby while she's nestled within your womb.
  • The muscles in the intestinal walls begin to practice contractions that digest food.
  • After 11 weeks of pregnancy, your baby is about 1.61 inches (4.1 cm) long and weighs 0.25 ounce (7gm).

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