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It’s amazing! Your baby is now as big as a pea. Heart of your baby is now changing from a single tube to a four chambered organ. Also, other vital organs like lungs, liver and kidneys have now taken their place and will slowly grow. The development of arms and legs in the form of buds have also started. Also, the tissues that will eventually become the cheeks, chin and jaw of your little baby start developing in this week.
As hormones have started their play inside your body, you will experience some or all of the following symptoms:
Exercise and Physical Activity
Now that your pregnancy is confirmed, staying active during pregnancy is good but some postures and strenuous sports should be avoided. You should start a walk and exercise regularly to help avoid constipation. Also, avoid high risk abdominal exercises and exercises on your back.Avoid heavy lifting and working with chemicals. Try some old fashioned yoga viz Tadasna ( Palm Tree pose) and Marjari Asan (Cat stretch pose) but with utmost safety and under supervision of a yoga expert.
Things to do this week