A woman is not able to feel her baby move while in the first trimester according to the Office on Women's Health. Although this is a time of extreme growth for the fetus, the baby is too small for the mother to feel any movement yet.
According to What to Expect, if the mother is very thin or has already had a child, she may notice movement as soon as the fourth month of pregnancy. The first sensation of movement is called fluttering, and most expectant mothers can notice this by the fifth month. If the mother has not felt any movements by the fifth month, an ultrasound may be ordered to check on the fetus.Learn More
A woman who is 26 weeks pregnant is six months and two weeks pregnant. The 26th week is at the very end of the second trimester, according to Baby 2 See.Full Answer >
In general, it is not recommended to take over-the-counter drugs while pregnant, as no drug is considered 100 percent safe during pregnancy, according to WebMD. However, some safe medications to take for allergies include Benadryl, also known as diphenhydramine, and Claritin.Full Answer >
According to BabyCenter, a bag needs to be packed by the 36th week of pregnancy. Two bags in some cases are necessary: one for labor and one for after labor. It’s best to be prepared, even for those who don’t intend on having a hospital birth.Full Answer >
The average size of a mature follicle on day 10 is approximately 16 to 25 mm. The process of ovulation begins during menstruation where three to five follicles are recruited, and just one is selected to be the dominant follicle.Full Answer >