Videos of Babies In the Womb

April 15, 2010 by  
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We are collecting videos of babies in the womb. If you find or have videos you’d like to share with us email us so that we may help others like yourself to enjoy the world of pregnancy.


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Twins in the womb…


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What Does A Fetus Look Like at 20 Weeks?

November 25, 2009 by  
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This is one of the most sought after questions for women when they are pregnant, so we have provided you with some of the best images of what a fetus looks like at 20 Weeks.

We hope you enjoy them.

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This next picture of how your baby looks inside your body at 20 weeks.

Pictures supplied by the Science Photo Library.

What is Happening Inside Your Body?

Can you believe it? You have made it half way through your pregnancy! Your entire pregnancy lasts 40 weeks.5Month

The top of your uterus should now be about the same level as your navel. Your healthcare provider will be measuring the size of your uterus at each appointment. It should be growing about ½ inch per week from now until the end of your pregnancy.

Your lung capacity is continuing to increase. Your lungs are breathing up to 40 percent more air than they did before you were pregnant. You may be breathing at a faster rate than before. Some women feel some shortness of breath. This is due to both increased respiration and pressure from your growing baby and breasts.

By now you have most likely begun to feel your baby’s movements.

How Big is a Fetus at 20 Weeks?

Your baby is about 6 inches long from crown to rump, and about 9-10 inches long from head to toe. It weighs approximately 9 ounces.

How is Your Baby Developing?

Your baby’s skin is thickening and the layers of skin are developing. Your baby is beginning to develop eye motion.

Myelin is beginning to develop in the brain. Myelin is a protective sheath that insulates the nerves and nervous system. Myelin is comprised of 80% fat and 20% protein. The development of this protective layer will continue through the first years of your baby’s life.

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

You may want to consider supplementing your diet with Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are important for your baby’s brain development.


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Week 20 or Month 5 of Your Pregnancy

November 1, 2009 by  
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What is Happening Inside Your Body?

Can you believe it? You have made it half way through your pregnancy! Your entire pregnancy lasts 40 weeks.

The top of your uterus should now be about the same level as your navel. Your healthcare provider will be measuring the size of your uterus at each appointment. It should be growing about ½ inch per week from now until the end of your pregnancy.

Your lung capacity is continuing to increase. Your lungs are breathing up to 40 percent more air than they did before you were pregnant. You may be breathing at a faster rate than before. Some women feel some shortness of breath. This is due to both increased respiration and pressure from your growing baby and breasts.

By now you have most likely begun to feel your baby’s movements.

What Does a Fetus Look Like at 20 Weeks?

This is a common request, so we have provided these images from the Photo Science Library.

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How Big is Your Baby?

Your baby is about 6 inches long from crown to rump, and about 9-10 inches long from head to toe. It weighs approximately 9 ounces.

What Does a Fetus Look Like at 20 Weeks?

Look at video of what a fetus at 5 months looks like…Click here to watch.

More pictures of……What a fetus looks like at 20 weeks.

How is Your Baby Developing?

5MonthYour baby’s skin is thickening and the layers of skin are developing. Your baby is beginning to develop eye motion.

Myelin is beginning to develop in the brain. Myelin is a protective sheath that insulates the nerves and nervous system. Myelin is comprised of 80% fat and 20% protein. The development of this protective layer will continue through the first years of your baby’s life.

Tips for a Healthy Pregnancy

You may want to consider supplementing your diet with Omega-3 fatty acids. Omega-3s are important for your baby’s brain development.


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