Week 10 of Pregnancy: Continued Growth and Bonding

Baby Size at Week 10: In week 10 of pregnancy, your baby is approximately the size of a kidney bean. All major organs and systems are rapidly developing. The tiny arms and legs are growing longer as the little fingers and toes form. There are approximately 30 weeks remaining until your due date.

Week 10 of Pregnancy: NUB Development and Gender Clues

In week 10 of pregnancy, your baby’s development continues to progress rapidly. While their external genitalia are still developing, the nub theory can still be applied to provide potential insight into your baby’s gender. The nub theory suggests that the angle and shape of the genital tubercle can offer clues about whether you’re expecting a boy or a girl. Enjoy observing these early developments and the anticipation of discovering your baby’s gender in the weeks to come.

Changes and State of the Mother’s Body: Your uterus has grown and will continue expanding to accommodate your growing baby. You may begin to feel fetal movements such as flutters or light kicks. Your breast size may increase further and nipples may darken. Other symptoms experienced earlier may still persist.

Common Symptoms

  • Continued fatigue and increased sleep needs
  • Further increased urinary frequency
  • Enlarged, tender breasts
  • Digestive issues like heartburn or constipation
  • Occasional dizziness or lightheadedness

Tips for Week 10

  1. Get plenty of rest to keep up your energy levels
  2. Stay hydrated by drinking water regularly
  3. Eat small, frequent meals to alleviate digestive discomfort
  4. Bond with your baby through music, reading aloud, and gentle touches
  5. Attend your regular prenatal checkup
  6. Talk to your partner about your feelings and experiences


  • What is normal at week 10 of pregnancy?
    • It’s normal to experience fatigue, breast changes, frequent urination, digestive changes, and light dizziness or headaches at this stage.
  • How big is the baby now?
    • At week 10, the baby is approximately the size of a kidney bean and is rapidly growing and developing all major organs and systems.
  • What prenatal appointments should I have?
    • Follow the schedule recommended by your healthcare provider. Most will see you around weeks 10-12 for an important dating ultrasound.

Disclaimer: Please note that our website is designed exclusively for entertainment purposes. Although we have confidence in our approach, we do not assert a specific accuracy rate since ongoing research continues to shape our methods.