Pregnancy weeks are calculated according to the last menstrual period. If we calculate the average 2 weeks after the last menstrual period as ovulation, we call the 8 weeks after fertilization as the embryonic period. In the 4th week, the circulatory system of the embryo (cardiovascular system) is formed and a real circulation begins. The sac can reach 2-3 cm. Arms and legs begin to bud.
At the end of the 6th week, the embryo reaches the dimensions of 22-24 mm and the heart is fully formed and the heartbeat can be observed. The upper lip is formed. The ear begins to form in the form of protrusions.
The length of the fetus is 6-7 cm. The external genitalia begins to signal in the male or female direction. Skin and nails are formed. The fetus begins to make spontaneous movements.
The length of the fetus is 12 cm and its weight is 110 g. Sex can be seen at 14 weeks. Eye movements 16-18. The week begins.
The fetus weighs just over 300 g and moves every minute. It is active 10-30% of the time. Soft hairs called lanugo cover the whole body and hair starts to grow.
The fetus is about 630 g. The skin is wrinkled, fat storage begins. His lungs are close to completing their development.
The fetus is approximately 1100 g and the head-butt distance is 25 cm.
The head-butt distance of the fetus is 28 cm and 1800 g.
Due to subcutaneous fat storage, the old wrinkled state of the face has disappeared.
The fetus is considered fully developed and weighs approximately 3500 g.
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