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Fetal Development Week 3013,888 Views
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During fetal development week 31, your baby is very busy….urinating into the amniotic fluid. See what else your baby is up to now!
Description: Make sure you listen to some nice and soothing music during week 30 as your fetus can hear sounds. Find out what changes your baby goes through in this video.
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Once your fetus resembled a tadpole, and then a monkey, and next a wrinkly old person—but now, your fetus looks like a real, chubby-cheeked baby! Your baby continues to put on layers of fat this week, which helps contribute to your baby’s more human appearance. Your little one’s still growing and weighs about three pounds at this point. Picture a head of cabbage and you’ll get the idea! About a pint of amniotic fluid surrounds your baby now, although that amount will continue to decrease as your little one grows. Your baby is now quite aware of your internal surroundings. Your little one is now blinking and listening to sounds, in both his liquid environment and the exterior one that awaits him. In preparation for birth, your baby continues to practice breathing, swallowing and—by sucking on that thumb—nursing. Baby teeth are all fully formed under the gums and eyesight continues to develop. As such, premature babies born now have about a 9 in 10 chance of surviving and thriving. For more on your little one’s continuing development, get your 31st week video update right here!