Your baby's legs are growing longer than her arms now, and she can move all of her joints and limbs.
As long as you have no complications, you can continue to have sex right up until your water breaks or you go into labor.
Amniocentesis can tell you whether your baby has genetic or chromosomal abnormalities, such as Down syndrome.
You're in your fourth month
Baby development at 15 weeks
Sense of taste
There's not much for your baby to taste at this point, but she is forming taste buds, and nerves begin connecting them to the brain.
Girl or boy
If you have an ultrasound coming up, you may be able to find out your baby's sex – if you don't know already.
Your baby at 15 weeksTap the plus for more details
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Your baby is about the size of an apple
head to bottom
Pregnancy symptoms during week 15
If your nose is stuffed up you can probably chalk it up to the combined effect of hormonal changes and increased blood flow to your mucous membranes. This condition is so common there's even a name for it: rhinitis of pregnancy.
Some pregnant women suffer nosebleeds as a result of increased blood volume and blood vessel expansion in the nose.
Don't see your symptom?
Wondering about a symptom you have? Find it on our pregnancy symptoms page.
Your body at 15 weeksTap the plus for more details
Pregnancy checklist at 15 weeks pregnant
Write down your pregnancy memories
Whether you keep a formal journal or just jot down a few notes on your phone, you'll love sharing these stories with your child someday.
Start moisturizing your belly
Slathering on the lotion may not prevent stretch marks, but it will reduce itchiness!