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If you’ve been noticing a lot of commotion going on inside your belly during your 26th week of pregnancy, you may be feeling your baby reacting to the sights and sounds that she’s now able to detect. 26 Weeks Pregnant: Your Baby’s Senses Are Heightening | HealthyWomen. 26 Weeks Pregnant: Your Baby’s Senses Are Heightening. If you’ve been noticing a lot of commotion going on inside your belly during your 26th week of pregnancy, you may be feeling your baby reacting to the sights and sounds that she’s now able to detect.

Even before he is born, your baby’s senses are helping him to learn about the world. And he’s learning about you too. What he hears, tastes and smells during your pregnancy can help him to recognize you from the moment you first meet.

It all begins very early on. At nine weeks. Your baby can hear sounds inside your body, like your heart beating.

23 weeks: Your baby can hear sounds from the outside world, like a dog barking. 26 weeks: Your baby can hear a broader range of sound and can respond with changes in heartbeat, breathing, and movement. 32-35 weeks: All parts of the ear are completely formed, and your baby’s. Narrator: Between 21 and 27 weeks, your baby’s sense of touch is developing, along with his unique fingerprints. When you rub or gently press on your belly, you may feel your baby squirm or kick in response.

He can feel his own face now, as well. At 26 weeks pregnant, baby is as big as a head of kale. Your 26-week fetus measures about 14 inches and weighs about 1.7 pounds.

They’re developing senses, features and even talents!As he grows, your baby will feel objects around him and the pressure of the floor beneath him to begin rolling and moving. Researchers have discovered that the sense of touch even plays a role in language: Pointing and touching words while looking at books helps your baby to recognize words faster. Deep in your uterus, your baby is an embryo made up of two layers, and your primitive placenta is developing. 5 weeks pregnant Your tiny embryo is growing like crazy, and you may be noticing pregnancy discomforts like sore breasts and fatigue.

Feeling your baby-to-be react to your touch is a powerful way to bond with him or her, particularly during those long months of pregnancy when you’re desperate to meet your little one. It’s never too early to start showing love and affection to this tiny person who will have your. Continued Learning Your Baby’s Gender, For Real.

One accurate way to predict whether you’re having a boy or girl is to have an ultrasound, which is usually done between weeks 18-20 of pregnancy.

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It’s estimated that upwards of 75 percent of women will develop these kinds of heightened senses during pregnancy.

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All the senses are developed and the baby can hear, taste, feel, smell and see.

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Vestibular and tactile stimuli come from maternal and fetal movements and from contact with warm amniotic fluid as well as from contact with body parts and the wall of the uterus.

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But with the heightened sense of sight and hearing that your baby now possesses, you may notice an increase in activity when your baby sees a bright light or hears a loud noise.

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These two vessels undergo profound changes during pregnancy, which cause a variety of symptoms or simply a sense of discomfort.

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Increased smell sensitivity was common during the early stages of pregnancy (67%), occasionally accompanied by qualitative smell distortions (17%) and phantom smells (14%).

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She fears giving the wrong information about things like how frequently the baby has been moving or whether she has experienced any unusual physical sensations.

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Sense of smell may be enhanced; pregnant women are especially sensitive to noxious smells such as nicotine and coffee.

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• Taste and smell are altered in the early stages of the pregnancy.

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Foul smells, frightening sounds, or odd sensations are also shunned during pregnancy.

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  • How much weight we should have in 6 month pregnancy…i was 59 before getting pregnant n till now have gain only 3kg..i m nw 62kg n my height is 5″6″.

  • 26 weeks!!!!
    I feel so blessed. His brothers are so exited…!!! Cant think about names tho. Any ideas of boy names that begin with M?

  • Thanks for your video:) I am currently 27 weeks pregnant and have just started my own channel with weekly pregnancy vlog updates. Be sure to visit my channel and watch some of my videos!

  • I’m 26 weeks today and I have started noticing body parts pushing up in my belly since a few days ago, lol. I’m not so sure if I’m witnessing an elbow or foot tho.

  • The emotions! I can go from bawling to happy to grumpy so fast. It feels like my emotions are all over the place, and even when I try to control them, they get the better of me.