How your baby's growing
Your baby's growing steadily, gaining about 99g/22oz since last week. His skin is thin and fragile but his body is filling out and taking up more room in your uterus. He may also be developing a weakness for sweets. Taste buds are now forming, and, believe it or not, acquiring a sweet tooth is all part of it. The other big milestone your baby reaches at this stage of pregnancy is that she may now survive, with special care, if she is born prematurely - otherwise known as becoming "viable".
How your life's changing
You may notice faint red streaks, otherwise known as striae, or stretchmarks on your tummy, hips, buttocks and breasts. Lots of women have very itchy skin as well - pregnancy hormones can make your skin drier and stretching over a growing bump doesn't help. Rubbing on creams may make you feel more comfortable and help soothe the itching but it won't get rid of stretchmarks and is unlikely to prevent them. Stretchmarks are typical at this stage of pregnancy and will fade to silvery white marks after you give birth.
yg dalam kotak tu, telan sebiji je.
yg kat bawah tu klinik kjaan kasi, sayee dah tak mkn pun skang. 3 jenis = 3 biji = JENUH.
left to right; vitC, calcium, omega
sayee telan 2 biji sekali sehari.