3d rendered medically accurate illustration of a fetus in week 9

The baby is almost 1 inch long. The hands and feet continue to form fingers and toes, and elbows are more pronounced. Nipples and hair follicles are starting to form. The pancreas, bile ducts, gallbladder and anus have already formed. The intestines steadily grow longer. Internal reproductive organs will start to develop this week. Your baby is likely to start making some movements this week, but you will not feel them. Your baby’s heart is dividing into four chambers, and the valves are forming. His teeth also start to form. Moreover, his heart is audible in ultrasound. Your baby is now developing into the fetus stage and exiting the embryo stage.