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First, the penis must be inserted into the vagina. The penis will release the sperms (male sex cell) into the womb. Then, the sperm meets the egg (female sex cell). Then, they… fuse together. The fertilised egg starts to divide to make more cells. It attaches itself to the wall of the mothers womb and continue to develop and grow. Soon, organs begin to form and the baby gets its nutrients from its mother through the umbilical cord. About nine months after fertilisation, the baby is born. Here is a link to a great website with photos showing the baby's development from week to week!
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basically the baby is first a embryo and then when it comes to the uterus is when the baby starts to grow its ears mouth nose legs feet hands arms head and all the other parts… of the body that the baby will have and when it starts to grow the womb starts to get larger so that the baby can fit it the womb
The baby receives oxygen from the red blood cells which are carried through the placenta from the mother to the child. The un-oxygenated blood cells then return to the mothe…r where they go back to the heart and lungs to receive more oxygen.
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The First Trimester By the time an embryo makes its way into the womb and attaches itself to the uterine lining, it has developed from a single egg into an embryo complete wit…h all of its DNA information. The authors of What to Expect When You're Expecting describe the embryo as "tadpole-like" at this stage, smaller than even a grain of rice, but point out how quickly the tiny mass of cells is developing. By the end of the first month the baby has a head with a mouth opening, a basic heart and the beginning of a brain. The Second Trimester Throughout the first trimester (conception through three months), a baby grows at an astonishing rate, turning from a tiny group of cells into a fetus about the size of peach. The typical baby at thirteen weeks of pregnancy is between 2.5 and 3 inches in length, crown-to-rump . A fetus draws nutrition from its mother, so it's important that pregnant women eat healthy food at regular intervals to nourish their growing babies. The Third Trimester During the second trimester (four to six months), the baby continues to grow rapidly, reaching 9 inches crown-to-rump by month seven. The uterus at this point is roughly the size of a soccer ball. Because skin is developing at a faster rate than fat, the baby's skin will be loose, red and wrinkled. Babies also grow short, fuzzy hair on their bodies called lanugo, which will disappear during the last trimester. The baby's internal organs are maturing and he is able to swallow amniotic fluid and urinate. The baby now has a fully formed face, and some babies have even been photographed sucking their thumbs in the womb during the second trimester. The Last Month The baby continues to gain weight rapidly during the last trimester (seven to nine months). By the end of the seventh month, the average baby weighs around 3 pounds and measures about ten inches crown-to-rump . The lanugo begins to disappear at this point, while hair starts to grow on the baby's head. Around seven months the baby has eyebrows and eyelashes. The baby's brain develops rapidly during the last trimester, which is just one of the reasons premature labor is not preferable. The lungs also mature near the end of pregnancy, though a baby who is born early is still likely to survive because of advanced medical technology. Over the last few weeks of pregnancy, a baby nears his birth weight and length. Her skull is not fully solid, which will help in the birthing process. As the baby moves through the birth canal, his head is slightly flexible and able to shift without harming the baby's brain. A few weeks after birth, his head will again be round.
The developing baby (the fetus) gets its nutrition and oxygen from the mother through the umbilical chord; this chord is connected to the baby in the place of the belly button…, where the nutrition enters the baby's intestines so that it is absorbed into their blood. The other end is attached to the placenta; it transfers all the nutrition and oxygen the baby needs from the mother.
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No, I'm sorry if there is no heart beat there will be no baby. By 5 weeks there should be a detectable heart beat, by 6 weeks the heart beat can be heard with a transvaginal u…ltra sound scan. If you are not certain when you conceived your doctor should order a blood hCG level with a repeat in about 3 days to determine if the hCG level is rising, a sign of a healthy pregnancy or dropping - a sign of a missed miscarriage. The cells that have formed will either be absorbed and the lining will shed (much like a heavy period) or your doctor will perform a D & C to gently remove the tissue left in the uterus.
A baby can grow nine months large before their born.
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Once the ears are fully developed, muffled noises probably can be heard, but the part of the brain responsible for long term memory (memory longer than 20 minutes old) isn't f…ully developed and probably isn't remembered.
It varies according to when, during the pregnancy, you are referring to. The most general terms are foetus and embryo.