9. SSW: The 9th week of pregnancy

Your child enters 9th SSW in the final stage of its embryonic development. All vital structures are now in place and it starts to move. The development of the fetus progressing.

In the third month of your pregnancy and in the ninth week of pregnancy certain pregnancy symptoms such as nausea or cravings may increase. So pay attention to the reactions of your body. To check the health of your unborn child, you have in the coming weeks also choose between some pränataldiagnostischen investigations.

9. SSW: Ultrasonic your baby in the 9th week of pregnancy

The embryo is in the 9th SSW 16 to 24 millimeters and makes its first movements. All body components are present, such as the digestive organs of your baby that are formed from the inner nucleus. The arms are formed by now, but still tiny. Nevertheless, the hands can already touch. The places where fingers and toes develop, to be visible. The ears are even to the point that they are almost fully developed. Unfortunately, can be in the 9th SSW but not yet say what gender your child. The heart muscle is differentiated and the liver begins with the formation of blood. The physiological umbilical hernia is still present. If you want to play it safe with the health of your unborn child, you can perceive in the coming weeks various prenatal tests, such as the nuchal translucency scan or amniocentesis.

While the ossification of the upper limb has already begun in the 9th week of pregnancy, the head rounds, stands up and gets more and more a human appearance. The eyes are however still at the lateral edge of the head. The larger the head size with time, the closer they slide against each other and then in the center. The nostril and ears are clearly visible in the ninth week of pregnancy as well as the upper lip and a strong eye pigmentation. In rare cases it can happen that in the first weeks just an empty gestational sac was seen on the ultrasound image. During the ninth week of pregnancy, but should show whether it is a so-called "corner stool", ie an embryo which retreated to the edge of the uterus, or whether the gestational sac is actually empty.

The nerve cells formed in the first few weeks now network with each other. By networking with the brain signals are passed through the body of your child. Causes the muscles to move in together. The resulting movements are important to train the muscles of your child. At the moment the whole body works. Your Small sleeping little and is always moving, but you can not feel these movements.

Ultrasound in the ninth week of pregnancy.
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Your body in the 9th SSW

During the exhaustion perhaps somewhat decreases your sensitivity increases in the 9th SSW to odors. Your sense of taste is generally sharpened. This can even cause nausea or even a departure from previous favorite scents and -speisen. Maybe start with you so that the "acid-cucumber time" and you develop a craving for new and unfamiliar food combinations or -reihenfolgen. Even if an attempt is made again and again with research to refute specific pregnancy cravings - let you taste what it is anyway, as long as it does you good. Some women notice in the 9th SSW been a change in the abdomen, but did not make much greater extent. Strong growth is in any case your uterus: it is twice as big so grown in length to about ten centimeters as at conception and now.

1 week

1 week

development
The first day of pregnancy is the first day of the last period. This time is known to most women, the moment of fertilization usually not. Up to fertilize it, however, still takes therefore you are strictly speaking in the first two SSW also not really "pregnant".

2 weeks

2 weeks

development
In the second week after your menstrual is your uterus
mucous ready aufzu- a fertilized egg
to take. The egg cell matures at this time for ovulation. It may sound paradoxical, but now is the ideal time to get pregnant.

3 week

3 week

development
The egg is fertilized when a sperm penetrates the egg cracked. The sex of your child stands already fixed. About 30 hours after fertilization, the egg begins to divide and migrate towards the uterus. 10 days after sexual intercourse a breakfast test is possible.

4th week

4th week

development
The egg implants itself in the lining of the uterus. It is already supplied via the chorion, the later placenta, with nutrients from your blood.

5th week

5th week

infant
Size: 0.5 to 1.0 mm

development
The heart of the embryo already suggests. The main organs begin to grow, as does the arm and leg buds from which to develop the limbs. Now, a pregnancy test is possible.

6th week

6th week

infant
Size 1 to 3 mm

development
The uterus is growing and has now reached about the size of a tangerine. The embryo is now recognized as a curved shape. Your hormone levels rise massively in that time. Your body is changing. Give your time for this change.

7th week

7th week

infant
Size: 2.5 to 7 mm

development
Fingers and toes of the embryo forming. The heart has continued to develop and propose twice as fast as yours. On an ultrasound image Your child is now visible.

8th week

8th week

infant
Size: 9 to 16 mm

development
Your baby gets a face: it caused eye, eyelids, nose. In addition, the inner ear and nerve cells develop in the brain. Your baby is making the first movements. Of this, however, you will notice anything yet. The uterus may already pressing on the bladder.

9th week

9th week

infant
Size: 16 to 24 mm

development
This is the final stage of embryonic development. Your uterus has increased and is now twice as large as in the conception. Some women already notice a change in the abdomen, even if the level has not significantly increased.

10th week

10th week

infant
Size: 25 to 32 mm

development
The vital organs are developed. a fetus is unmistakable with human features from the embryo. The first visible sign of your pregnancy may show up in a changed complexion.

11th week

11th week

infant
Size: 34 to 41 mm

development
All major body parts are now available. For a male fetus, this week's penis is visible. Your blood volume increases. This manifests itself in increased thirst and an increased feeling of warmth.

12th week

12th week

infant
Size: 43 to 51 mm
Weight: 14 g

development
The heart of your baby's beats 120 to 160 times per minute. The risk of miscarriage is now much lower than in the first recent weeks. Your uterus is the size of a male fist in the meantime, possibly can already be felt through the abdominal wall.

13th week

13th week

infant
Size: 6 cm
Weight: 14 g

development
The vocal cords your baby are now fully developed. In addition, the fine body hair down (lanugo) is formed. Your daily energy requirement increases from now on by about 300 calories. This will make soon in your weight felt.

14th week

14th week

infant
Size: 7.5 cm
Weight: 24 g

development
The sex can now be seen on the ultrasound. Your baby can put a certain facial expressions of the day now by blinks his eyes and puts his brow. More hair growing on the head and eyebrows. The heart sounds your baby are now audible.

15th week

15th week

infant
Size: 8.5 cm
Weight: 45 g

development
The child of your movements are intense. Meanwhile, it can up his mouth and go on. Swallowing and sucking movements are growing. Your belly rounded up gradually.

16th week

16th week

infant
Size: about 10 cm
Weight: 75 g

development
Your child breathes amniotic fluid in and out and playing with the umbilical cord. The chorion develops into the placenta, which supplies your child with all the essential nutrients.

17th week

17th week

infant
Size: about 11 cm
Weight: 100 g

development
Your baby may first sound, like the sound of your blood or your heartbeat, hear and perceive. The straps of the growing uterus can be felt in an aching pain.

18th week

18th week

infant
Size: 12.5 cm
Weight: 150 g

development
The proportions of your baby's now equal in itself. It experienced a growth spurt, which mainly affects the trunk and the limbs. Your belly is growing, the edge of your womb will soon reach the navel.

19th week

19th week

infant
Size: 13.5 cm
Weight: 200 g

development
The eye your baby responds to light stimuli. While the skin is still thin, but their development is completed. Your child now has finger and toe prints. Also, the circuit works well: About 28 liters of blood promotes the small heart daily by the delicate body.

20th week

20th week

infant
Size: about 14 cm
Weight: 240 g

development
Half is done. The nerve cells your baby grow very strongly and migrate to the appropriate convolutions. Your breasts have grown by now.

21 weeks

21 weeks

infant
Size: about 25 cm
Weight: 300 g

development
The sense of balance your baby is well developed. It can be oriented so already. The heart is already big and strong. The skeleton and the fingernails and toenails are getting tighter. Your breasts start to make colostrum.

22 weeks

22 weeks

infant
Size: about 26.5 cm
Weight: 350 g

development
Your baby reminds very much of a newborn that more needs to gain weight. His movement is now feeling much also on the abdominal wall. To your nipples are formed so-called Montgomery glands. This will prepare your breasts before breastfeeding.

23 weeks

23 weeks

infant
Size: about 28 cm
Weight: 450 g

development
Your baby can hear your voice. it also has unique sleep and wake phases. The uterus is now growing very rapidly and thus your belly. It is now obvious that you're pregnant.

24th week

24th week

infant
Size: about 29 cm
Weight: 550 g

development
Your baby is very large. Now you can also feel the edge of your uterus at the level of the navel. The pressure on the bladder and frequent urination can to at this stage.

25th week

25th week

infant
Size: about 30 cm
Weight: 650 g

development
It is getting tight for your baby. The lungs are developed enough so that a premature baby would have a good chance of survival already. the weight
increase your baby is clearly in your waist. Depending on the orientation stretch marks may appear on the abdomen and breasts.

26th week

26th week

infant
Size: about 32 cm
Weight: 800 g

development
Your baby can open his eyes and look around. His hearing has evolved. Your organs are gradually shifted from the growing baby in a different position. This can cause discomfort with you.

27th week

27th week

infant
Size: about 34 cm
Weight: 1000 g

development
The brain your baby already reminiscent of that of an adult. Due to the constant weight gain may lead to water retention, which manifest themselves, for example, swollen feet or fingers with you.

28th week

28th week

infant
Size: about 36 cm
Weight: 1100 g

development
Your baby has reached about a third of his birth weight. His little face is clearly visible in the ultrasound image. Your belly is now growing very fast.

29 weeks

29 weeks

infant
Size: about 37 cm
Weight: 1300 g

development
Your baby strengthens his muscles through numerous movements. Your uterus is taking the first exercise contractions in which your abdomen is temporarily very hard.

30th week

30th week

infant
Size: about 38 cm
Weight: 1400 g

development
The lanugo goes back, but the scalp hair your baby grows. Through your big belly, it may be harder increasingly finding a comfortable sleeping position.

31 weeks

31 weeks

infant
Size: about 40 cm
Weight: 1600 g

development
The senses your baby are now operational. Your gut can not expand properly, so that any accumulation of air can be painful.

week 32

week 32

infant
Size: about 41 cm
Weight: 1800 g

development
There will always be close to your baby. That's why it does not move too much. The upper edge of your uterus is now well above the navel.

33. week

33. week

infant
Size: about 42 cm
Weight: 1900 g

development
Your baby can recognize additional sounds and voices outside the womb. Most babies are at this stage already with the head down.

34th week

34th week

infant
Size: about 44 cm
Weight: 2200 g

development
Your baby can scratch you, because his nails are already grown far. Your navel is now markedly convex outward.

35th week

35th week

infant
Size: about 45 cm
Weight: 2500 g

development
The central nervous and digestive system are almost mature. Your stomach is now quite concentrated. This can result in dwindling appetite.

36th week

36th week

infant
Size: about 46 cm
Weight: 2700 g

development
Your baby now assumes its final birth position. The so-called vernix decreases and the skin color your baby is becoming pink. Kicks and Knuffe your baby are clearly indicated on your belly.

37th week

37th week

infant
Size: about 47 cm
Weight: 2900 g

development
The lung your baby is fully mature. The child now sleeps a lot and dreams or enjoys in the waking state the massages of childbearing
mother, if they are unable to build an exercise woe.

38th week

38th week

infant
Size: about 48 cm
Weight: 3100 g

development
Your baby has completed its development and is ready for life outside the womb. At first pregnancy the baby is now probably already lying with his head firmly in the basin.

39th week

39th week

infant
Size: about 49 cm
Weight: 3250 g

development
Your baby has hardly any space. Many babies who folds his arms across his chest and knees bent. You feel especially when sitting and walking that your baby presses violently down into your pelvis and on the cervix.

40th week

40th week

infant
Size: about 51 cm
Weight: 3500 g

development
Since the birth is imminent now, the body of your heavily curled baby fits just so into the uterus. It has taken the birth position and his head pressed into the softened cervix.

birth

birth

infant
Size: about 51 cm
Weight: 3500 g

development
Only 5 percent of babies are born to expected date of delivery to the world. After the birth of strength, it is important for you to find peace and relaxation in childbirth.

More to the birth
More postpartum

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9. SSW: Studies in the ninth week of pregnancy

Dental problems during pregnancy

Healthy and clean teeth will not develop during pregnancy overnight a problem case. Nevertheless, many between the second and third month of pregnancy women find that their gums bleed and is inflamed. Since the pregnancy hormone progesterone also causes expand the blood vessels of the gums and oral mucosa, there is an increased blood flow. The tissue swells and fans. This can more easily enter and cause inflammation plaque bacteria and other harmful substances.

Additional studies of prenatal diagnosis

You can register at your doctor about additional tests to those required by local maternity guidelines, inquire. The first trimester screening tests, nuchal translucency measurement, chorionic villus sampling or amniocentesis can be. These are investigations that serve to detect chromosomal abnormalities. They are carried out 12 to 14 weeks gestation. The use of methods of invasive prenatal diagnosis (amniocentesis, chorionic villus sampling, umbilical blood sampling) but doctors advise only in the specific case of suspicion, for they are connected to a small health risk to the child yours.

Tips and Advice for 9 SSW

Registration at the dentist

In the ninth SSW You should like the dentist for the first of two studies recommended login. Here also bleeding gums can be treated, experienced by many women during pregnancy. Let you also give equal second check-up, which should be around 30. SSW around.

use precedence

Take the chance of Vortritts. Especially with authorities you can see the person responsible in pregnancy without waiting times at once. It's worth it just at the beginning of your pregnancy when nausea and sensitivity to odors tarnish the general condition.

Doctor visits during working hours

Doctor visits during working hours are allowed when it comes to investigations that are required as part of the pregnancy and maternity. It does not matter whether you are privately insured, are in a public health insurance or no insurance.

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Further information

Learn more about each pregnancy week by GU-book "The Big Book of Pregnancy" by the book authors Annette Nolden and Prof. Dr. med. Franz Kainer. Thank you to the Graefe Und UNZER publisher for support.

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