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When expecting a baby, your days will most often be filled with planning for his or her arrival.
In the midst of planning your baby’s room, wardrobe, and other baby essentials, you might also find yourself thinking about protecting them and their future..
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It is never too early to start planning financially for your baby’s…
After 17 weeks pregnant, your baby's heartbeat can now be heard without the use of a prenatal stethoscope! Find out what else happens in your 18th week.
How your foetus is developing when you're 18 weeks pregnant:
When you’re 18 weeks pregnant, your baby is now around 12 - 14cm in length and weighs about 190g. His blood vessels will be partially visible through his still slightly translucent skin. And here comes the good news: his heartbeat can now…
Down's syndrome is a condition due to a defect in the baby's chromosome. It is usually related to the age of the mother. The more elderly the pregnant mother is the higher the chances of delivering such baby. The baby usually has low mentality with a smaller head and sloping eyes (like those of Mongolian child). The nose is usually flat and the ears are set low. There may be abnormalities in the heart as…