You at 14 weeks pregnant
It’s common to find that this is the most comfortable and energetic time of your pregnancy. Morning sickness usually eases off now.
Your baby bump is likely to ‘pop out’ any time now. Your breasts are starting to make colostrum.
You might notice small skin ‘tags’, which often appear underneath the breasts. They’re nothing to worry about, but you can discuss them with your doctor or midwife if they’re bothering you.
Staying active during pregnancy
Staying active can help you feel better during pregnancy. It can improve mood, fitness and sleep, boost energy and ease back pain.
Physical activity and healthy eating during pregnancy might also reduce your risk of gestational diabetes, pre-eclampsia and too much weight gain. It can also help you get or stay strong for the birth.
Walking is a great form of exercise. To get yourself motivated, you could ask your partner or friend to go for a 30-minute walk with you. If you’re feeling tired or nauseous, you might want to go a shorter distance or try again the next day.
Ask your doctor or midwife if you’re unsure about exercise during pregnancy.
Your baby when you’re 14 weeks pregnant
Your baby is looking more baby-like all the time:
- Your baby is about 8.5 cm from head to bottom and weighs about 45 g.
- Your baby’s face looks much more recognisable now, and their neck is longer.
- Reflexes are working. If you touched your baby’s hands or feet, they would close or curl.
Our Pregnancy for partners section has tips and information for your partner, if you have one. It covers essential topics like antenatal classes, relationships and feelings, wellbeing, birth support and early parenting.