Your baby’s reproductive system is the site of most of the action when you're 14 weeks pregnant. If you’re having a boy, his prostate gland is developing. It you’re having a girl, her ovaries are moving down her abdomen into her pelvis. In addition, because the thyroid gland is now functioning, your baby starts producing hormones this week. By the end of week14 of pregnancy, the roof of your baby's mouth (palate) will be completely formed.
You are now beginning the second trimester when you should start experiencing what is known as mid-pregnancy bloom. You will be feeling better about everything. If your sex drive has diminished over the last few months it will probably return and sex may be better than ever.
The baby is beginning to look human as the chin, forehead, and nose become more clearly defined. It can now turn its head and even wrinkle it's brow. The baby may even respond to external stimulus by actually moving away when the doctor or midwife feels your abdomen. The baby is now 3.4 inches (8,7 cm) long and weighs about 1.5 ounce (43 grams)