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Your Pregnancy Weekly Guide:
By the 11th week of your pregnancy, all of your baby's organs are in place. She's ready to focus on growth. When you're 11 weeks pregnant, your baby is about 3,8 cm (1-1/2 inches) long, which is about the length of your thumb from the knuckle to the tip.
Here are some other facts about this phase of your baby's development:
When you're 11 weeks pregnant, eating healthy, exercising regularly, and resting still top the list for keeping you and your baby healthy. And it's OK to be tired or feel exhausted - most women are more tired than usual during pregnancy. Your body works hard to produce hormones and more blood to support your baby's developing body. And your body's high level of progesterone directly impacts how sleepy you are.
Here are a few tips for managing fatigue:
You've heard that expectant mothers almost glow and you might be experiencing this yourself. This "glow" is thanks to your increased blood volume, which can cause skin to look slightly flushed and full. In addition, your body's hormones increase the amount of oils on your face, causing skin to look smoother and have a slight shine. At this point you might want to consider switching to oil-free skin products, if you haven't already.
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