Developments and Symptoms when You’re 2 Months Pregnant
The period between two and three months pregnant (9 to 12 weeks) is one of intense change and development. You’ll notice changes to your body weekly or even daily. At two months pregnant, your baby has stopped being classed as an embryo and is now a fetus. Read on for a little more on what you can expect over the next month of pregnancy.
How Many Weeks is Two Months Pregnant?
At the end of your eighth week of pregnancy, you’ll be two months pregnant. This article covers developments and symptoms from the end of week eight until the end of week twelve, the period between two months pregnant and three months pregnant.
2 Months Pregnant Symptoms:
A lot of the more exhausting symptoms of early pregnancy will be in full swing by the time you’re two months pregnant. You won’t yet be showing – at 2 months pregnant belly size doesn’t change much. You might notice it’s harder to fit into your favorite jeans, but the baby bump won’t “pop out” until you’re around 3 months pregnant. However, even if you’re not showing it, you’ll almost definitely be feeling it! Some of the most common symptoms of 2 months pregnant include:
- Morning Sickness
- Mood Swings
- Frequent Urination
- Back Ache
- Sore or Tingling Breasts
2 Months Pregnant Baby Size:
At the end of the eighth week of pregnancy, your baby is the size of a peanut. By the time you’ve finished being two months pregnant (12 weeks) he or she will be an almost fully formed fetus. The weight will be approximately one ounce, and the size around three or four inches long.
2 Months Pregnant Ultrasound:
At around 8 weeks, you’ll have your first ultrasound. This will help the doctor check that your uterus is healthy, that the placenta is working correctly, and that Baby’s heart is beating. At this stage, the due date might be adjusted based on the size and development of your baby.
Explore our Week to Week Guide to This Stage of Pregnancy:
There’s so much happening during between two and three months pregnant that it might be easier to look at the symptoms and developments weekly instead of monthly. Click on your week and check out our pregnancy guide here:
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