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Fetal Development

Information on Week 34 of Pregnancy

The 34th week of pregnancy is an exciting time, as the baby continues to grow and develop inside the mother's body and both ge...
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Causes of the Baby Not Moving Much at Twenty-Three Weeks Pregnant

Sometime in the second trimester, after the 14th week of pregnancy, a mother may begin to feel her baby move. As time goes on the ...
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Causes of Slow Fetal Growth in the Third Trimester

A fetus develops on a specific timetable, with the third trimester devoted mostly to gaining weight. In 3 to 10 percent of pregnan...
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About Pregnancy & First Trimester Bleeding & Blood Clots

Normally, pregnant women stop having menstrual periods, but vaginal bleeding may still occur during pregnancy. Although the bleedi...
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Fetal Lung Development Stages

Lung development in a fetus starts during the embryonic phase, at around four weeks of gestational age. Very early in development,...
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Unborn Baby & Kidney Problems

The kidneys start to grow during the first month of fetal development. These organs produce urine and maintain normal levels of el...
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How Can I Tell What Position My Unborn Baby Is In?

Knowing how to determine your unborn baby's position can be quite valuable as you progress and grow closer to your delivery date. ...
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What Can Stress Do to the Unborn Baby?

Pregnancy can be one of the most amazing times in a woman's life--but also one of the most stressful, with physical and hormonal c...
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What Does an Unborn Baby Look Like at 15 Weeks?

At 15 weeks gestation, your unborn baby measures four inches long from crown to rump. Babycenter states that he also weighs about ...
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How to Hear Your Baby's Heartbeat Using a Stethoscope

One of the most reassuring sounds a pregnant mother can hear is the steady thumping of her baby's heartbeat. Before 20 weeks of pr...
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