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Baby development until the birth

How does the fetus develop in a mom’s stomach? You might get a better understanding on changes in a baby’s body since the fertilization till the birth if you take a look at these unique photos. You are now also welcome at our page on Facebook, where news and videos are published daily. Please enter the page, “like” us, read us, comment us or discuss us – whatever you want. My lil’ heart A fetus’ heart begins beating on a 22th day since the fertilization, and on 26th it already has its’ own vascular supply system. The baby’s heartbeat rate is around 140-160 beats per minute. «While I’m in a mom’s stomach, my heart beats two times faster then hers! I can her heart beating 70-80 times per minute, which makes me feel safe. And right after I get out, doctors shall put me on her chest so that I could hear it again and make me happy we’re back together again.” A wonder inside of you A fetus’ heartbeat is one of the normal development key indicators, that’s why is under the doctor’s close attention. When the heartbeat slows down to 85-100 beats per minute, that’s a bad sign. Navel cord around the neck / 3DA A loop of the cord is normal and happens to around 20-25% of all women, not resulting into any birth complications. The real danger occurs when the blood flow between the mom and fetus’ bodies is complicated by such loop and a baby fails to solve this problem by itself. Such a state might lead to an acute hypoxia and needs a doctor’s involvement. “I’m feeling so free in a mother’s stomach. Here I can twist around in any direction. The problem is that I can make a loop around my arm, leg, body or even a neck with this connecting cord. I feel no pain from it and there’s no risk as it may happen at all times. A doctor, who’s making the ultrasonography is about to see it and let my mom know about it. That being said, he shall not frighten her, knowing I can free myself easily. But a doctor in a birth center will definitely keep an eye on my heart, cause I’m so active and can tighten this loop. That’s when they’ll have to make me get out faster!” A wonder inside of you Should a cord loop around the child’s neck, its’ heartbeat rate gets lower, and a doctor can make a decision on taking the measures, basing on the symptoms load.

My lil’ heart

A fetus’ heart begins beating on a 22th day since the fertilization, and on 26th it already has its’ own vascular supply system. The baby’s heartbeat rate is around 140-160 beats per minute. «While I’m in a mom’s stomach, my heart beats two times faster then her! I can her heart beating 70-80 times per minute, which makes me feel safe. And right after I get out, doctors shall put me on her chest so that I could heart at again and make me happy we’re back together again.” A wonder inside of you A fetus’ heartbeat is one of the normal development key indicators, that’s why is under the doctor’s close attention. When the heartbeat slows down to 85-100 beats per minute, that’s a bad sign.

Navel cord around the neck / 3D

A loop of cord is normal and happens to around 20-25% of all women, bearing no birth complications. The real danger occurs when the bloodflow between the mom and fetus’ bodies is complicated by such loop and a baby fails to solve this problem by itself. Such a state might lead to an acute hypoxia and needs a doctor’s involvement. “I’m feeling so free in a mother’s stomach. Here I can twist around in any direction. The problem is that I can make a loop around my arm, leg, body or even a neck with this connecting cord. I feel no pain from it and there’s no risk, and it may happen at all times. A doctor, who’s making the ultrasonography is about to see this and let my mom know about it. That being said, he shall not frighten her, knowing I can free myself easily. But a doctor in a birth center will definitely keep an eye on my heart, cause I’m so active and can tighten this loop. That’s when they’ll have to make me get out faster!” A wonder inside of you Should a cord loop around the child’s neck, its’ heartbeat rate gets lower, and a doctor can make a decision on taking the measures, basing on the symptoms load.

Heart examination

A fetus’ heartbeat examination by different methods is a necessary part of a pregnancy and birth care, because it allows to estimate the fetus’ condition, apply the timely treatment and make a decision on a delivery timing and method. “The doctor is examining my heart and its’ performance and development by the ultrasonic waves, checking the blood vessels, connected to it and tells my mom about it. Well, I know I’m alright!” A wonder inside of you A so-called “four-chamber view” is applied to detect the development of the cardiac failures. It’s a heart’s ultrasonic presentation, showing all the hearth chambers (both auricles and both ventricles), which allows detecting around 75% of heart failures. Should there be detected the relevant indications, a fetal hearth echography can be done as well.

I’m a boy. I pee

From time to time a bladder gets empty and the urine developed in it is released into the waters. Placenta performs the excretory function, and most of the fetus’ metabolic-waste products are being transited to the mother’s blood through the placenta. Fetus doesn’t produce much of urine: 2,2 mls per hour when it’s 5 months old and 26,7 mls per hour by the moment it’s about to be born. ‘I’m a boy, as you might see it, and yes - I do pee sometimes like any other girl or boy does. Sometimes I wonder why should I pee to the place I live in? Why should nature be so tuff? The waters get so bitter, but I have to drink it, cause I’m thirsty!’ A wonder inside of you From 5 until 7 months a baby has significantly bigger amount of the taste cells, extremely perceptive to the slightest shades of taste, than an adult. Right after the birth their number decreases dramatically. Drinking the waters. “I’m drinking the waters and frown. Why do I frown? Well, not the best taste this time, right after I’ve peed. Feels like drinking the ocean water, right from the resort where my mom and dad stayed this summer. Thanks to the computer modeling, my mom can see me as beautiful as I am. What they don’t know though, is that I’m even more handsome, huh.”

Drinking the waters

“I’m drinking the waters and frown. Why do I frown? Well, not the best taste this time, right after I’ve peed. Feels like drinking the ocean water, right from the resort where my mom and dad stayed this summer. Thanks to the computer modelling, my mom can see me as beautiful as I am. What they don’t know though, is that I’m even more handsome, huh.”

Black & White Me

“They look at me right through the mom’s stomach. The ultrasonic examination allows seeing my body in its’ entirety, telling my mom I’m well-built. I look at myself, caught at this black & white photograph: big head and eyes, quite clumsy, yet I’m healthy, and mom’s happy with that”.

Sucking my fist

“I’m currently sucking my left fist, some kind of training before I drink mom’s milk. They conclude I’ll be left-handed, cause I suck the left thumb. But I’m about to fool them!” A wonder inside of you

Sorry, I’m a shy girl, but I have to…

What’s even worse, I have to drink this water I pee in. Probably, many grown people get used to it, that’s why they drink their own urine, calling this the “urinetherapy”. Please don’t judge them, they’re still kids… A wonder inside of you