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It’s all going on in there in week 14, your baby’s thyroid gland is starting to produce hormones - like you’ve not already got enough of THOSE to contend with! Still, pretty impressive stuff.
He weighs around 43g - about the same as a packet of M&Ms.
You probably won’t yet know if the baby is a boy or a girl, but whichever it is, their external reproductive system is starting to develop this week. Girls start to grow labia and a clitoris, and boys a tiny penis and scrotum, though these won’t yet be visible on an ultrasound scan.
Back up the other end of business, your baby’s face is looking more and more human by the day. This week the bridge of the nose and the roof of the mouth are formed.
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Any inkling of whether you're having a boy or a girl?
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