19 Weeks Pregnant


Baby has permanent teeth beginnings, his or her bones become stronger. There is 0.2 litres of amniotic fluid that changes continuously. Baby is drinking and pulling it to the nose. Cognitive brain centres begin to develop. Certain areas of the brain, associated with senses of taste, smell, hearing, sight, and touch emerge. Baby’s immune system starts to produce antibodies. Iron is stored for forming the red blood cells.


Panting during pregnancy is something that You can feel more easily, you’re gaining weight. You will be directed to the second pregnancy ultrasound during 19th-21st gestational week. During the studies a correlation between fetal development and pregnancy size, amount of amniotic fluid, placental location will be estimated, and extensive research on the development of fetal organ systems will be performed. The aim is to verify that the fetus does not show signs of any abnormalities.


  • Use pregnancy seat belt adjuster in Your car.
  • Relax and put your feet up whenever possible. Avoid sitting with your legs crossed.
  • Physical activities e.g walking, swimming and cycling, help to stimulate Your blood circulation. Avoid intensive sports such as skiing, basketball, volleyball or soccer.