Category: Your Developing Baby

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Your Developing Baby

Counting Baby Kicks

Most mothers-to-be eagerly await that first reassuring baby kick, just to know their baby is growing and developing. Sometime between 18-25 weeks into the pregnancy,

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Pregnancy Health and Wellness

Roles of Vitamin B in Pregnancy

Maintaining a healthy & balanced diet at all stages of life is important, but when you’re pregnant you have even more reason to take care

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Pregnancy Health and Wellness

Fetal Development: First Trimester

The First Trimester of Pregnancy Week 1 & 2 – Gestational Age Your menstrual period has just ended, and your body is getting ready for ovulation. For

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Pregnancy Health and Wellness

Keepsake Ultrasounds

Commercial keepsake ultrasounds give families a sneak preview of their growing baby. Although these services might create special memories and an opportunity to determine the

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Pregnancy Health and Wellness

Second Trimester: Fetal Development

The second trimester is from week 13 through 28. For many women the second trimester is the easiest. Morning sickness and fatigue subside leaving your

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Pregnancy Health and Wellness

The Fetal Life-Support System

Placenta, Umbilical Cord, and Amniotic Sac Your baby will develop inside your uterus with the help of a fetal life-support system composed of the placenta,

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