Trimesters, Months & Weeks Of Pregnancy

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Here is a chart for all mummies especially first-time mums to have an idea about trimesters, months & weeks of pregnancy, so that they can have a clear idea about how many weeks are in a month of pregnancy. As you can see that not every month of pregnancy has four weeks. Last month of every trimester has five weeks, 8th and 9th month both comprises of 5 weeks each. This is how our pregnancy is divided throughout 9 months. This gives us a good idea to know about our pregnancy and fetal development 😊

 

 

 TRIMESTERS

1

2

3

 

MONTHS

0-3

1

2

3

4-6

 4

 5

6

7-9

7

8

9

 

 

WEEKS

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

11

12

13

14

15

16

17

18

19

20

21

22

23

24

25

26

27

28

29

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

38

39

40

 

 

 

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6 COMMENTS

  1. It’s cool to see the baby’s development over time, and how after a certain point it looks like a little human! In the beginning it’s kinda “salamander” like but it definitely becomes personlike well before fetal viability. With neonatal advances it’s amazing how young and how premature children can be saved. thanks for the visual!

    • Thank you Penelope for your views on this article. It is really amazing how a mocroscopic tinniest being turned into human. You are right, science is so advance now and we can now see everything from beginning of pregnancy till the end and best thing is, babie scan be saved even in their prematurity period, great.. isn’t it…

    • Thank you Paual for your comments. This is so true, it is lovely to see how your unborn baby looks like by looking at these pictures. And it is also important to know what week and month a pregnant woman is in. I wish you all the best for the birth of your grandchildren.

  2. I love the pictures. I am a visual person, so pictures help so much. It is awesome to see what your baby looks while they slowly turning into more humanlike. I always get trimesters mixed up, thank you for clearing up muy confusion.

    • Thank you Hong for your appreciation. I agree with you, it is an awesome feeling to see and to know how your baby looks like even before his/her birth. Trimester, months and weeks are confusing, especially for first time mums and that’s why I made this table and share it with all of you.

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