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What your baby looks like -- 26 weeks - BabyCenter



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

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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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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
Downside: Click on 'See all on one page' to reduce clicking

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Fetal development: What happens during the second trimester? -

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

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Fetus Growth Charts

After the first trimester of pregnancy a multiparameter assessment of gestational age is advocated. This should include at least two fetal measurements (usually biparietal diameter (BPD) and femur ...



Upside: Excellent charts for various fetal measurements
Downside: Scroll down to see all the charts

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Fetus - From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

A fetus (or foetus or fœtus) is a developing mammal or other viviparous vertebrate, after the embryonic stage and before birth. The plural is fetuses, or sometimes feti.



Upside: Excellent user-compiled detail on fetal development from conception to birth including specific development information
Downside: None

Site for general users to engage in online discussions also referred to as groups, social networking, online discussion and chat rooms

Im 26 weeks pregnant and my baby has water around his kidneys,

what happens if it gets worse? they told me today that it is a sign of down syndrome and they want me to get amniocentesis to be 100% sure. but what does it mean if the results are negative for down ...



Upside: Answers to user generated question seeing water around the kidneys
Downside: Range of various answers

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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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Kick Count FAQ's

1. What is a Kick Count? 2. Why is doing a Kick Count important? 3. What do we know about being aware of fetal movements? 4. What is considered a high risk pregnancy? 5. My baby is always active. Why ...



Upside: Very good information to common questions about kick counts and baby movement
Downside: None

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Fetal Development

There simply is not another word worthy to describe the development of your baby! Just think, within approximately a 40 week period, your little one will have transformed from a single cell to a ...



Upside: Week by week description and pictures of fetal development
Downside: Several weeks on a single page - lots of scrolling