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  • Fetal Development at Week 38 of Pregnancy By pregnancy week 38 you are almost at the end of your pregnancy, and your baby is almost completely developed. Your baby now weighs between 6.8...
  • Fetal Development At 26 Weeks With fetal development of 26 weeks the second trimester ends and you are closer to the end of the wait for the birth of your child. By now your...
  • HCG Levels Chart For Twin Girls Finding out that you are expecting twins will usually come as a surprise and not matter what your initial reaction is, with some ranging from joy...
  • HCG Levels Chart For Twin Boys Given the fact that a pregnancy is a very complex process, with a number of hormones within the expecting mothers body on continually changing...
  • Week by Week Baby Development Stages After Birth Baby development stages after birth is dependent on certain factors as to whether the baby  was born naturally or via a caesarean and if the...
  • What Causes Fast Fetal Growth There are several changes that take place within a woman’s body, during the course of pregnancy, in order to accommodate the growth and...
  • Risks & Causes of Fetus Growing Outside The Womb A pregnancy is a very crucial time for both the mother and the unborn child. During the initial stages of the pregnancy, there are a number of...
  • Fetus Growing Stages In about a short span of nine months, a single fertilized cell in a woman’s body grows into a complete person. This seems nothing short of a...
  • Fetus Growing in the Womb Pregnancy is a very active and important state in your life as a woman. From the time your baby is conceived to the time it is delivered, it goes...
  • Fetal Growth in Mother's Embryo In a pregnancy, almost every day means something new has happened with the baby in your womb. Your pregnancy will go through three trimesters or...
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