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Bleeding or spotting, increased need to urinate, tender breasts, fatigue, nausea, and missed period are signs of pregnancy. More »
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At 25 weeks pregnant, your little one is starting to add some baby fat and grow more hair. Your hair may be looking extra lustrous, too.


At 25 weeks pregnant, your baby is growing more hair. See a 25-week ultrasound and learn about your baby at 25 weeks.


Monitor your baby's growth at 25 weeks pregnant with help from What To Expect. Learn more about your pregnancy week by week by downloading our app.


Learn all about your pregnancy development at 25 weeks, with the help and support of Tommy's, the baby experts.


You've made it to your third trimester! Learn how your baby is developing as well as how to deal with rib pain, spider veins, the risks of preterm labor, and more.


What to expect when you're 25 weeks pregnant? Your baby is starting to develop it's own daily routine within the womb. Learn what else happens in week 25.


Here's what's happening during Week 25 of your pregnancy.


Your growing baby has a big week when you're 25 weeks pregnant. Find out what symptoms you will experience in our week by week pregnancy guide.


At 25 weeks pregnant, although your baby's eyelids remain closed, he can now sense light. If you shine a torch on your tummy, your baby may turn to face it.