In 19th week of pregnancy, your baby's sensory development is exploding. Their brain is specialized for smell, vision, touch, hearing and test. For more details on 19 weeks pregnant stage, please visit –
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– At 19th week the baby is about the size of a heritage tomato
– The most significant fetal development at 19th week of pregnancy is the formation of
– Your baby gets a head-to-toe coating of vernix caseosa which is a white cheesy-looking substance made up of lanugo, oil from his glands, and dead skin cells
– This substance prevents the skin of your baby from chapping and wrinkling
– The baby is excreting urine and her/his hair begins sprouting on the scalp
– Your little ones 5 senses are also specializing that is the vision, touch, hearing, taste and smell
– The baby's legs are finally in proportion to his arms
– And these longer legs will make the baby's kicks more powerful
– Melanocytes are starting to work on the baby's skin
– Baby's movements are bound to occur more often during this and in coming weeks
– And that would be because the baby can now hear and might frighten whenever a loud noise is heard
– Mothers may experience body changes which is normal and is caused due to expanding and growing uterus
– Some mothers may notice their palms getting red which is caused by extra estrogen and is normal so there is no need to worry about
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