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Baby development

  1. 1. http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal- development The developments of a fetal baby in a mother.
  2. 2. 4 weeks laterAfter 4 weeks the baby’s face andneck should be close to beingevident. The heart and bloodvessels should still be continuing todevelop. The last parts that shouldbegin developing are thelungs, liver and stomach.You used to look like that.~~~~~~>http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal-development
  3. 3. The fetus should now be at least half an inch inits current size after 8 weeks of being in amothers stomach. The eyelids and ears of thebaby should be forming and also the little tip ofits nose should be visible. Its arms and legsshould be well formed at this time and thefingers and toes should be extending.
  4. 4. http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal-development
  5. 5. In 12 months, the fetus is now 2 inches and starts making itsown movements around the mothers stomach. With aspecial kind of, your doctor may be able to hear the fetus’sheart beat and also, its sex organs should begin to becomeclear!
  6. 6. At 16 weeks the fetus should measure about 4.3 to 4.6 inches and weigh 3.5 ounces. Atthis state the baby should be able to blink its eyes and its heart and blood vessels should be completely developed and the baby’s fingers and toes should have finger prints on them by now.http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slidesh ow-fetal-development
  7. 7. The baby should weigh 10 ounces and about 6 inches long. Themothers uterus should be around the belly button area. The fetus should be able to suck its thumb, yawn, stretch and make faces.http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal-development
  8. 8. The fetus should be about 1.4 pounds and it should respondto sounds either by moving or increasing its pulse. Youshould notice its jerks when if it hiccups. The ear should befully developed.
  9. 9. The baby weighs 2 pounds and 6 ounces at this point. The fetus changespositions multiple times. Often, a moving fetus weighs about 4 pounds. Fat begins to form under the skin and it has less wrinkles on it. http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal-development
  10. 10. The baby is about 18.6 inches long and weight probably 6pounds. The brain has been developed quickly, the lungsare almost fully developed, and the head is usuallypositioned downward to the pelvis. That means when week37 comes, its time.
  11. 11. BIRTHWOOOOOOOOO!This is the outcome of a fullydeveloped baby. A complete babyhas been formed.http://www.webmd.com/baby/ss/slideshow-fetal-development#

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