Pregnancy App Article: "Your baby in week 11"

Week 11
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Your baby in week 11
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You’re not the only one putting on a bit of timber. This week your baby doubles in weight from 7g at the start of the week to 14g at the end - that’s the weight of a poker chip <place your bets>.

Things are starting to really take shape, too. Her ear buds are starting to look more like ‘proper’ ears now and are moving up the side of her head. It’s amazing to think that in just a few weeks she’ll be able to hear your voice from in there.
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11 weeks is a funny time because for some people it's when the symptoms lessen or change, but it's before you're showing properly or can feel what's going on, so it's making me really uncertain.
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