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Results for: 32 Weeks and 2 days pregnant fetus
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What your baby looks like -- 32 weeks - BabyCenter



Upside: Nice graphics and some additional information
Downside: Limited detail on fetal development

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Amniotic fluid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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
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Future Babies - 3D Ultrasound Scans and 4D Ultrasound Scans for

Pregnant Women in Reading, Berkshire. 3D and 4D ultrasound scans for pregnant women.



Upside: Superb 3D pictures of baby development by week and post-birth
Downside: Lots of scrolling

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Amazon.com: Hi Bebe BT-200 Fetal Doppler/Heart Rate Monitor, 2-

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
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Prenatal development = From Wikipedia

Prenatal development is the process in which an embryo or fetus (or foetus) gestates during pregnancy, from fertilization until birth. Often, the terms fetal development, foetal development, or ...



Upside: Description and pictures of baby development
Downside: No week-by-week specific pictures

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Your baby's movements in pregnancy

* When will I feel my baby's first movements? * What is my baby doing in there? * From 20 to 24 weeks * From 24 to 28 weeks * At 29 weeks * At 32 weeks * From around 36 weeks * From 36 to 40 weeks * ...



Upside: Detailed article on fetal movements at different weeks
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Average fetal length and weight chart

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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Feeling/measuring your belly, listening to baby

Measuring your fundal height Listening to your baby Writing on your pregnancy records Having your pregnant belly felt by your caregiver is a routine procedure that will be part of every antenatal ...



Upside: Very good detailed article with helpful information on measuring fundal height and listening to your baby's heart beat
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How Big is Baby?

Week 4*: Poppyseed Week 5: Appleseed Week 6: Sweet Pea



Upside: Cute pictures and information on baby development by week with user postings
Downside: No actual pictures of the fetus

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Amniotic Fluid Abnormalities

The amniotic fluid that surrounds a fetus (unborn baby) plays a crucial role in normal development. This clear-colored liquid cushions and protects the baby. By the second trimester, the baby is able ...



Upside: Detailed explanation on different amniotic fluid complications during pregnancy
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