During the second half of the first trimester, your baby’s body is changing rapidly. The umbilical cord will begin to form and provide all of the nutrients and oxygen your body needs until birth. By week 10 you’ll be able to hear your baby’s heartbeat using an ultrasound. In this video, Dr. Isabel Blumberg explains what else you can expect in the second half of your first trimester.
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