Pregnancy App Article: "Your baby in week 19"

Week 19
Your baby in week 19
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You’re almost halfway there. Around this time you should be starting to feel more energised as your red blood cell count finally catches up with the extra volume of fluid in circulation.

Your baby is 15cm long - the length of a Frube yoghurt tube - and can hear quite a lot now (though most of it will be very muffled). You might even feel her jump at sudden loud noises, such as hand-dryers in public loos.

She can now tell the difference between light and dark in there, so should have some idea of when it’s night time. Sadly this doesn’t mean you can get ahead of the sleep-training game. She’ll be born with a total and healthy disrespect for conventional sleeping hours.
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Every day I wake up, remember I'm pregnant and then proceed to worry about whether the baby will be ok.
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