pregnant week 15

Pregnant Week 15

The skin of your baby remains super thin at this point, this is because they are developing right now. Blood vessels can be seen at this point, even the skeleton of your baby can be seen if you had a way to look at your baby properly. Also at this point, the ears and eyes of your baby are coming to the right place where they should be at. The slow migration to their rightful spots will be happening in this week.

How Many Months?

If you are 15 weeks into pregnancy, you are in the 4th month of your pregnancy. This means that you only have 5 months left.

The Comfortable Months

Because at this point your belly is not yet that big and your baby is not that big to suck in all your nutrients, you are going to be in your golden months. You can still wear good clothes at this point, you can get out of your chair on your own, and you can do anything that you want with the advice of your doctor or health expert at this point.

Gaining Weight

You won’t be getting that much weight in the first months, but at this point you will start to. In the start of the second trimester, your baby will be getting bigger and bigger constantly, and you should be too so you can make sure that you and your baby remain healthy. You want to gain at least 1 pound per week, which is considered as the right amount of weight to gain in a single week when pregnant. Your ultimate goal should be gaining 4 pounds of weight per month.

pregnant week 15

Pregnancy Symptoms Week 15

  1. Heartburn
  2. Indigestion
  3. Varicose Veins
  4. Faintness
  5. Dizziness
  6. Headaches
  7. Round Ligament Pain
  8. Body Aches
  9. Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
  10. Darkening Of The Areolas
  11. Weight Gain

When To Call The Doctor?

You want to contact your doctor right away if you are having or feeling any of the symptoms that are listed in the list below:

  1. Unusual abdominal cramping or pain
  2. Severe abdominal cramping or pain
  3. Difficulty in breathing
  4. Shortness of breath that is getting worse day by day
  5. Sings of premature labor
  6. Vaginal spotting
  7. Vaginal bleeding
  8. Vaginal discharge

If you get these symptoms when you are visiting your doctor, you want to tell them about these right away.


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