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What your baby looks like -- 10 weeks - BabyCenter

www.babycenter.com/fetal-development-images-10-weeks

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

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Fetal development

WEEK BY WEEK CHANGES The following list describes specific changes that occur in the womb:* Week 3 of gestation

www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/002398.htm

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Upside: Illustrations and descriptions about the development of the fetus through its various stages.
Downside: Lots of scrolling - pictures at top.

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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 * ...

www.babycenter.com.my/pregnancy/antenatalhealth/physicalhealth/babysmovements/

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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 ...

www.babycenter.com/average-fetal-length-weight-chart

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Upside: Detailed chart of fetal length and weights
Downside: Click on 'See all on one page' to reduce clicking

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Fetal development: What happens during the first trimester? -

MayoClinic.com Fetal development begins before you even know you're pregnant. Here's a calendar of events.

www.mayoclinic.com/health/prenatal-care/PR00112

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Upside: Superb summary of fetal development by week
Downside: Links to 2nd and 3rd trimester at bottom of page

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Fetal Heart Rate

When will I be able to hear my baby's heartbeat? From the date of the last menstrual period, the fetal heart will begin to beat on the 22nd day of development. This means that by the 5th week of ...

www.i-am-pregnant.com/encyclopedia/F/Fetal-Heart-Rate/

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Upside: Detailed explanation with community comments on listening to your baby's fetal heart rate
Downside: Small font; user postings may not be right for you

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When Did You First Feel Baby Kick?

I remember reading my pregnancy books wondering when I would feel those "butterfly" kicks for the first time.

www.lilsugar.com/1542540

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Upside: Poll on when you first felt the baby move
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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 ...

www.birth.com.au/Info.asp?class=6625&page=2

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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

community.thenestbaby.com/cs/ks/blogs/nb_checklists/pages/how-big-is-baby.aspx

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

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Hearing the Fetal Heartbeat

If you're like most parents-to-be, hearing the fetal heartbeat for the first time is an exciting moment. Even if you've already seen the embryo on an ultrasound, there's something about that steady ...

www.drspock.com/article/0,1510,9851,00.html

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Upside: Good detailed information on the fetal heart beat and how to listen during pregnancy
Downside: Text heavy page