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By now you must have shared the good news with your near ones and you all must be very excited to interact with baby. So be ready, your baby can hear you now as hearing is developed by this time. Baby will also start responding to your voice. The heart of your baby is fully developed now, and formation of eyelids and tiny tooth buds also starts by the end of this week. All the major organs of your baby like heart, brain, kidneys, lungs, and intestines are formed by now and are functional too but they are very tiny and will further grow as your pregnancy proceeds.
Some of the previous pregnancy symptoms may have subsided by now. But you may be feeling something new every day. You may now experience pregnancy symptoms like:
Exercises and Physical activities
Breathing exercises Now the real time of pregnancy has started, and you should be very cautious about your activities. There are activities that must be avoided during pregnancy like exercises that require advanced abdominal moves, hot yoga or exercise, unnecessary and frequent bending of back, jumping, bouncing or sudden jerky motions. In addition to these, you should not do any exercise or activity that require holding breath.
Things to do this week