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14 st weeks of pregnancy: a more agile foetus
At 14 weeks of pregnancy, i.e. 16 weeks of amenorrhea, your foetus is becoming more mobile and coordinated, moving its hands and feet. It's still a little early to feel it move...but it's easy to see its movements on the ultrasound.
His eyes are also starting to move and he is starting to swallow more amniotic fluid, which can give him hiccups! Meconium, the newborn's future 'first bowel movement', which will be expelled after birth, begins to accumulate in his intestines. By the end of this week your foetus will be about 16 cm long and weigh up to 110 grams.