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What You’re Seeing: In this 3D image of the developing embryo, you can see a big change since previous week of the first trimester. The baby-to-be curves inward, with the umbilical cord in the middle. The head appears at the upper right side of the image.

The embryo is lying on its back with his head on the right side. His heart is the blue area. The umbilical cord stretches from the developing baby’s abdomen to the placenta, and the red and blue colors within the cord represent blood going to and from the placenta, where it picks up oxygen and nutrients. Read more about your baby in week nine.

Baby’s Development at 20 Weeks. At 20 weeks, the developing fetus is about 6 inches long (13.2 cm) and may weigh about 10 ounces. The baby may begin to make movements that the mother can feel at about 19 to 21 weeks; this baby movement is termed “quickening”. The baby at this stage of development can move its facial muscles, yawn, …

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