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Have you ever wondered what happens to you and baby in Week 15 of pregnancy?

To read Week 14, please click here.

Here is a detailed list of Week 15 pregnancy facts:

  • The fetal skeleton is developing and its legs are now longer than its arms.
  • The hair on the baby’s head is becoming thicker and there are now eyelashes and eyebrows.
  • The fetus can probably hear now and the amniotic fluid makes and excellent sound conductor.
  • Your baby will now be able to hear your stomach grumble, your heart beating, as well as the sound of your voice.
  • Your baby is now 12 cm long and weighs 100 grams.
  • The mother’s heart has now enlarged to cope with the increased amount of blood circulating in your body and the fetus’s need for oxygen.
  • You have 20% more blood volume in the body.
  • It is really important to watch food safety in the pregnancy.
  • Do not eat raw or undercooked meat; avoid soft cheeses such as brie, camembert and blue-vein cheese because of the risk of listeria.
  • Avoid food past its used by date at all cost due to the risk of infection.

Fore more information take a look at this video:

Main image courtesy of Shutterstock.com
  • lovely series to enjoy. very educational and interesting about pregnancy

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  • This is interesting! Thank you for sharing this!

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  • you will start having the cutest little bump by now

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  • I love these informative updates!

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  • I say this everytime, I love these updates, I am so pleased that I have completed my family, however I did mention to my husband last night how nice it would be to be able to perhaps foster children, we have a good lifestyle, nice home, meals at the dinner table everynight and everyone does their own thing, life is busy but there is always room for more, I would love to share our good fortune with others. but I love these pregnancy updates, and I am not getting clucky. good luck to all those pregnant mums and those that are hoping it happens soon, you are all blessed.

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  • Thanks again Amelia and great reminder about food safety.. it’s so very important to watch what one eats whilst pregnant. :-)

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