Week 26

Baby Development &
Upcoming Choices to make
Scans Assessment
Your baby starts to hiccup and bumps you in a steady soft beat. It’s normal. The chest movements can be clearly seen on ultrasound. It is baby breathing in and out amniotic fluid. This is how baby’s lungs expand.
The beautiful 3D images are captured usually around this time.
2nd Trimester Detailed Structural Scan (Anomaly Scan)

The final preterm birth monitoring – if advised / required

Start of High Risk Pregnancy Surveillance Scans if required / Opted

Cervical fibronectin assessment to predict preterm birth OR if anticipating travel / holiday.