7 week pregnant symptoms : What to expect
This week, you’ll start to get that pregnancy glow (get ready for the compliments). Your baby now measures about 1cm (or half an inch), which is about the size of a blueberry, and will start making his or her first movements this week.
What’s my baby doing at seven weeks pregnant?
Let’s take a look at your little blueberry-sized-babe at week seven. He or she now has a more defined face, with a mouth, nostrils, ears and eyes, and brain cells are generated at the rate of 100 per minute. The mouth, tongue, tooth buds will also develop this week.
This weeks, your baby’s arms and legs will start developing, dividing into hand, arm and shoulder segments and leg, knee and foot segments. Yet right now, they’ll still look like paddles more than hands and feet, as fingers and toes will be webbed.
Your baby now has kidneys and ready to start work, as pretty soon your baby will start producing urine.
Your baby is also starting to make little jerky movements this week. You won’t be able to feel a thing, but an ultrasound would pick it up. Speaking of which, check out this guide to ultrasounds