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Knowledge of Fetal Movement

Clinical research has shown that fetal hypoxia leading to fetal death inside his mother’s womb, newborn and child mortality, or the main reason for mental retardation. Although there are many modern instruments and equipment to monitor the fetal hypoxia, but it is difficult for pregnant women under medical supervision at all times, so some fetal [...]

Can Breastfeeding During Pregnancy?

This is a frequently asked questions of pregnancy who still need to breastfeeding. We all know that breastmilk is the healthiest baby food and you still can breastfeeding, even you are pregnant again. As long as there is no health and other problem of premature birth or nutritional intake is sufficient!
Contraception can not be fully [...]

Big Secret: How to Control Baby Gender by Food

For boys, I believe that many prospective parents would want to control baby’s sex through diet. This approach has also been confirmed by science. University of Exeter and Oxford University scientists have pointed out that women during pregnancy, if the do not eat breakfast or low calorie food intake, they are more likely a girl. [...]

Adverse Emotions Will Transfer to Fetal

Fetal can hear voices after 6 months and mother stomach at a variety of responses, such as increased fetal movement, such as heart beat a little faster. “Fetal blood with his mother, his natural mother can understand the feelings.” “When the happy mother, the fetus in the mother will feel the pleasure, it will probably [...]

Week by Week Pregnancy

Pregnancy is an cheerful time and you can learn about your child’s growth and development. The following are the data about pregnancy week by week.
Week 10: 5g / 3.1-4.2cm
Week 11: 8g / 4.4-6cm
Week 12 :8-14g / 6.1cm
Week 13:13-20g / 6.5-7.8cm
Week 14: 25g / 8-9.3cm
Week 15: 50g / 9.3-10.3cm
Week 16: 80g / 10.8-11.6cm
Week 17: 100g / [...]

Baby Teeth Growth Sequence

Did you know the growth sequence of baby teeth?
Here is for your reference!
1. First on a long row under the row and four milk incisor.
2. And then the upper and lower first molars behind.
3. Again is canine milk.
4. Finally grown up, the next behind the second molars, a total of 20 deciduous teeth.