6th Week of Pregnancy

In the 6th week, the first pregnancy complications occur often like morning sickness or tiredness. Don’t worry: these are normal reactions of the body on the hormonal changes and usually safe for mother and child.

Many pregnant women also suffer from in addition to the physical discomfort that can occur especially in the first third of the pregnancy , psychological impact of hormonal change. But also this time usually passes. It helps many pregnant women to deal intensively with the pregnancy and now talk to the unborn.

A healthy diet during pregnancy is now particularly important due to the hormonal changes weakens the immune system and thus more vulnerable for infections the expectant mother. This can affect a result also on the baby.

Especially in the first few weeks of pregnancy pregnant women should also take folic acid: a dose of 0.4 milligrams is recommended per day during the first three months of pregnancy. From the 4th month of pregnancy , supplemental folic acid has no effect on child development, can benefit from but on the mother’s body, and can therefore continue to be invaded.

If the pregnancy in the 6th SSW is already known, the first checkup at the gynecologist is made now. He will hand over themother pass of pregnant women, in which all results of screening will be held and you should carry with you.

After the initial investigation there is a simple screening from the 32nd week now all four weeks even every two weeks. And if the calculated birth date has been exceeded, the pregnancy is checked at least every other day, says http://www.internetiest.com/.

Between the 9 SSW and 12 SSW, between the 19 SSW and 22 SSW and between the 29 SSW and 32nd SSW there is a so called large screening also. It consists of simple screening plus ultrasound.

There is a difference between pregnancy and age of the baby: altogether a pregnancy is 40 weeks or 10 months. Here, the calculation starts about two weeks before the fertilization – with the first day of the last menstrual period. The Bill has proven, because not every woman the date of ovulation retroactively clearly determine. In the 6th week, the baby is thus about four weeks old.

The baby in the 6th week

The baby is about four millimeters long in the 6th week and appears in the ultrasound as a small curved worms. From his stomach from the umbilical cord leads to the placenta, and ultrasound, you can already see the pulse in the blood vessels of the umbilical cord.

The so-called back strand, which evolved to the spine develops in the 6th week of pregnancy. The back strand extends from the neck down to the point where the wing-like facilities for the legs are, and ends at this stage still in a tail, a remnant of the evolution, formed back again later. Also neck, head, and the equipment for eyes, ears and brain are available now at the tiny suvidha. The embryo developed from top to bottom, thus the head compared to the rest of the body is oversized big.

In the course of the pregnancy, the size and weight of the baby will evolve always individual. The following values can be only average values. Parents should therefore not worry, if the values obtained from the obstetricians and Gynecologists differ from the ones mentioned here.

The mother in the 6th week

Once the egg has been fertilized, a wide range of pregnancy hormones take up their work. In the 6th week of pregnancy, the expectant mother’s body must learn yet so to cope – what is often expressed in pregnancy symptoms such as fatigue and nausea.

So the pregnancy hormone HCG (human chorionic gonadotropin) suppresses further Ovulating and suppress the menstrual period. HCG is also the hormone that makes positive beat out the pregnancy test.

Estrogens stimulate the flow of milk in the breasts of expectant mother early so that the baby can be fed. Relaxin in turn makes the connective tissue elastic, to facilitate the birth mother.

Progesterone relaxes the muscles of the uterus so that it becomes softer and the baby can grow and grow in peace.

Now, the doctor can check the first palpable signs of pregnancy : the cervix is in the 6 week already clearly fixed and immovable than before.

 

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