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Month 5 of Your Pregnancy: The Real Deal

Posted by Lifetime Adoption on February 27, 2015

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You will notice at the doctor’s this month that you are being checked for the same things most every visit: weight, blood pressure, urine, size of uterus, and more. These are to monitor how your body is handling your pregnancy. Your baby, while still small, is beginning to make a more notable presence. In fact, you may feel movement before the month is over. You are likely getting ready for maternity clothes that offer a little more room for you and your growing baby.

Every baby develops differently, but here is what is happening with your baby in month 5 of pregnancy: your baby is getting bigger and bigger, about 12 inches long now. Eyelids and eyebrows are forming.

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Topics: Pregnancy, Pregnant and Scared, Month 5 of Your Pregnancy