The brain and nervous system are fast developing, becoming more complex. The legs and arms begin to “bud.” The arm buds have rounded, paddle-like hands. The umbilical cord — the lifeline that will connect your baby to the nourishing placenta — has formed. Your baby is now about the size of a pinto bean.
By now you may have experienced some morning sickness. More than half of all women have nausea (and sometimes vomiting) in early pregnancy. It can happen at any time of the day. For most women, it goes away in the second trimester of pregnancy.
To manage morning sickness, try adjusting your diet.
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