Baby developing inside you
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Month 3: Fingers and toes have nails
Your baby will be completely formed by the end of the third month. Your baby may have begun moving its hands, legs, and head and opening and closing its mouth, but he or she is still too small for you to feel this movement.
The fingers and toes are now more distinct and have soft nails. The baby's hands are more developed than the feet and the arms are longer than the legs. Your baby's head is quite large compared to the rest of its body. Hair may have started to form on the head. Tooth buds have formed under the baby's gums. By the end of this month, the umbilical cord, which carries nutrients to your baby and takes wastes away, will be fully formed.
Week by week: First trimester ultrasound scan pictures
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