At 9 weeks, your baby is the size of a cherry! Baby measures 0.6 to 0.7 inches long and weighs about 0.12 ounces.
Baby is no longer considered an embryo – he or she is now known as a fetus and looks more like a little baby.
Facial features continue to develop – a more prominent nose and eyelids. The head is large compared to the body. Baby’s toes are now visible.
Internal organs are also forming, including the digestive and reproductive systems. Intestines and testes or ovaries are growing.
Baby may be starting to move, but baby is a bit too small to feel these movements.
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