Week 9

Pregnancy Week 9


At week 9, tiny muscles of your baby are starting to form. However, it will take 1 or 2 months for them to completely develop and for you to feel the little kicks and punches that your baby will start to do as it stays in your womb. The kicks are still not going to happen, however, that heart of your little one will be detected this week in the ultrasound of your baby.

Symptoms Of Pregnant Women At Week 9

At this point of pregnancy, you will be getting symptoms. Some of them include:

  1. Nausea
  2. Vomiting
  3. Frequent Urination
  4. Tender Breasts
  5. Tingly Breasts
  6. Fatigue
  7. Dizziness
  8. Irritability
  9. Unexpected emotions
  10. Heartburn
  11. Constipation
  12. Food aversions
  13. Food cravings
  14. Increased hunger

Week 9

Important Things To Remember And qDo At Week 9

  1. Avoid eating undercooked food
  2. Avoid deli meats
  3. Limit your fish intake to 2 or 3 servings per week
  4. Avoid swordfish, sharks, tilefish, and mackerel
  5. Wash all foods properly
  6. Keep your cutting boards and dishes clean
  7. Eat 4 servings of dairy on a daily basis
  8. Avoid milk products, soft cheeses, and unpasteurized milk
  9. Drink no more than 2 caffeine drinks
  10. Avoid artificial sweeteners
  11. Take prenatal vitamins that are recommend by your doctor/doctors
  12. Stop smoking
  13. Stop taking drugs
  14. Stop drinking alcohol

When To Call The Doctor?

Pregnancy brings a lot of complications with itself, so it is important for every pregnant mother to take care of themselves and go to the doctor, ER, or give the experts a call in case they feel something is happening.

You want to call your doctor if you feel the following:

  1. Bleeding
  2. Cramping
  3. Increased vaginal discharge
  4. Vaginal odor
  5. Fever
  6. Chills
  7. Pain during peeing
  8. Burning sensation during peeing
  9. Pain in your belly
  10. Pain in your pelvis

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