Prenatal Development

Sonogram

son·o·gram (sn-grm, sn-)

n.An image, as of an unborn fetus, produced by ultrasonography. Also called echogram, sonograph, ultrasonogram.
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Prenatal Development – text, illustrations and video

 

The Biology of Prenatal Development – National Geographic text and video

 

The Human Embryo

 

Embryo - (the Freezing Process) Invitro Fertilization - and other Technologies

 

A beautiful video capturing fetal growth week by week

 

Fetal Development – Fetal Images

 

http://www.americanpregnancy.org/.- AmericanPregnancy Association

 

When is the brain functioning? Dr. & Mrs. Willke

 

The term blastocyst is a medical term used to describe a human embryo who is four to six days old.

 

http://birthpsychology.com/free-article/fetal-senses-classical-vie - Unborn and Dreaming

Milestones of fetal behavior

 

Fetal Psychology

 

http://www.equip.org/articles/the-unborn-what-is-the-unborn-and-why-should-we-care-

By Scott Klusendorf

 

Justice for All’s great “When Are we Human?” display

 

U.S. Appeals Court acknowledges the humanity of the unborn

 

Live Action – Music video re: the unborn

 

Heartbeat on Doppler – Commercial devices to hear fetal heartbeat

 

Heart beating at Six Weeks – YouTube Ultrasound

 

Heartbeat video and sound

http://birthpsychology.com/free-article/fetal-senses-twelve-not-five-new-proposal  - Twelve Senses Not Five

Fetal Development Photos and Illustrations Week by Week – Great Photos

 

Fetal Development Overview – Pregnancy webpage

 

Bumpology:  Why Can’t My Baby Sleep When I Do?

 

The Miracle of Baby Samuel by Dr. Frank Joseph

 More information:   http://www.physiciansforlife.org/content/view/258/1/

How the photograph was suppressed!   http://michaelclancy.com/

What Your Baby Looks Like This Week

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