Upside: Nice graphics and some additional information
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8.5oz Bottles of ULTRASOUND GEL: Baby Finally! An Affordable Baby Fetal Heartbeat Monitor for home use! This handy portable fetal doppler detects the fetal heart rate quickly from about 10-12 weeks ...
Upside: Site selling doppler baby heart monitor with mostly positive customer reviews
I am 20 weeks pregnant today and I am worried about not able to feel the baby. I have been asking my friends who have been pregnant when they felt there baby move most of them said 16 weeks but I'm ...
Upside: Short article on when you should feel the baby move
Your baby starts to physically move by about 10 weeks of the pregnancy, once all their large muscles have developed, forming a thickened layer of padding between their bones and skin. Typically, you ...
Upside: Short article on feeling the baby kick; many links
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levels were rising, but not doubling. Ultrasounds showing growth, but slow. Now they found the heartbeat but it's only 80 bpm. Any hope for me? Hi Ingrid, I am in a similiar situation. I'm 27 and 7 ...
Upside: Community answers to user question on having a low fetal heart rate
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Women who are pregnant for the first time generally feel their baby move sometime during their 18th week. If you have been pregnant before you might be able to feel the baby moving earlier, simply ...
Upside: Short article on understanding what the baby kicking feels like; many links
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From early on in pregnancy, babies grow at different rates, so these numbers are merely averages. Your baby's actual length and weight may vary substantially. Don't worry too much if an ultrasound ...
Upside: Detailed chart of fetal length and weights
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MayoClinic.com Fetal development progresses rapidly in the second trimester. Check out the weekly changes.
Upside: Superb summary of fetal development by week
Downside: Links to 1st and 3rd trimester at bottom of page
Amniotic fluid is the nourishing and protecting liquid contained by the amnion of a pregnant woman. The amnion grows and begins to fill, mainly with water, around two weeks after fertilisation. After ...
Upside: Very good user-compiled detail with medical explanation of amniotic fluid and complications
At the end of the third trimester, the baby settles, or drops lower, into the mother's pelvis. This is known as dropping or lightening. Dropping, unfortunately, is not a good predictor of when labor ...
Upside: Easy to use site with short article on lightening