pregnant week 19

This week, you will finally get to know if your baby is a girl or a boy! All you have to do is schedule a mid-pregnancy ultrasound and ask your doctor about the gender of your baby. Some of us opt in to know the gender of our baby/babies, but some opt-in to keep it anonymous. The choice is yours and tries to make the right one!

How Big Is Your Baby At This Point?

You are probably wondering about the size of your baby at this point. Well, good for you it is getting big! Your baby is as big as a medium to large-sized mango at this point, which is at 18 weeks pregnant. At around 6 inches long and weighing in at around 8.5 ounces, your baby is continuously getting bigger and bigger day by day!

How many Months Are 19 Weeks Pregnant?

19 weeks pregnant is 4 months pregnant, which means that you only have 5 months left before that baby makes an entry in this world. Also, you want to keep in mind that you need to track your pregnancy week by week, not by months. This is as per the recommendations by experts.

pregnant week 19

Here Are Some Symptoms That You Will Be Getting During Your Week 19

  1. Increased appetite
  2. Stretch marks
  3. Constipation
  4. Dizziness
  5. Faintness
  6. Nausea
  7. Backache
  8. Stuffy nose
  9. Irritability
  10. Food cravings
  11. Increased hunger

Note: This is not a complete list of the symptoms that you can be getting during your week 19 pregnancy.

Checklist At 19 Week Pregnancy

Here are some of the things that you want to do this week:

  1. Find a pediatrician
  2. Sing up for an infant CPR class
  3. Have a good diet
  4. Stop bad habits
  5. Take vitamins
  6. Focus more on positive things

When To Call Your Doctor?

Remember, unfortunate things can happen anytime during pregnancy, so the best thing you can do is go to the doctors right away or seek medical help in case you notice something is not right.

If you have pain around the ligaments even after resting, you want to talk to your doctor. This also goes with any other body pain that you might be getting while you are pregnant.

If you have:

  1. Fever
  2. Vomiting
  3. Bleeding
  4. Change in vaginal discharge
  5. Bloody vaginal discharge
  6. Blood coming out of the vagina
  7. Stomach cramps

You want to call the doctor right away.

 

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