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Your baby is now as big as a grapefruit!

As you head towards the end of your second trimester, you can tell when the baby is sleeping and when he is awake. When the baby is sleeping there will be no movement, but when he is awake, it will feel like there's karate happening in your belly.

Pregnancy calendar - 23 weeks

Your baby is now the size of a...

Grapefruit or 11.4 inches on average.

Your baby's internal organs are becoming well developed and he is starting to produce hormones. Baby’s organs and bones are still visible through his skin, and he is at the moment covered in fine hair called lanugo, and his skin is all wrinkled, but baby will soon develop a layer of fat, which will fill these out, and the end of this month, baby will be double the weight he is right now!

Pregnancy symptoms at 23 weeks

Swollen ankles and feet, backaches and Braxton Hicks contractions.

Tips and advice for pregnancy at 23 weeks

As an expectant mother, you should do your best to remain cheerful and happy. It’s important to remember that stress can affect your baby. Seek support from a support group, family member, or friends in this time of need.

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