Embryo Growth?

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, I want to ask.rnI am already 26w pregnant. I have felt it every day. The question is, at what age will the father also feel the movement of the baby.rnThank you

1 Answer:

Hi Chicie,

Pregnancy is certainly an experience that many couples look forward to. In the second trimester of 26 weeks of gestation, the organs and limbs of the fetus have grown and continue to develop. The sex of the fetus can also be known by ultrasound examination (if the position of the fetus allows to see the genitals). The fetus has begun to move more and can be felt by the mother as early as 16 weeks of gestation, but to be able to be felt from the outside is different in each pregnancy, generally above 20 weeks of gestation. One of the influencing factors is the thickness of the belly fat and the weight of the fetus (for example if the fetus is underweight it can be more difficult to feel). In addition, it could be that the baby is resting when the husband/other person feels it from outside the stomach. Recognize when the fetus moves and ask your partner to wait and hold the stomach slowly while lying down. With increasing gestational age, the fetus will usually move more often. Make sure to check regularly to the doctor to monitor the development of your fetus.

You can read the related article: second trimester

I hope this information is helpful.

Regards, dr. Delvira

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