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During the fifth week of fetal development, a baby begins to develop its heart, muscles, bones, spinal cord and brain, according to WebMD. During this time, the umbilical cord connects to the baby to supply blood, oxygen... More »

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During the sixth week of pregnancy, changes to the body are noticeable to the mother. Clothing becomes tighter, and morning sickness has begun. The mother has probably gained a few pounds already, depending on whether sh... More »

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To determine the date of conception, use an online ovulation calculator found on WebMD or BabyMed. Alternatively, women can identify the last menstrual period that they have had and add 40 weeks to determine due date, wh... More »

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On average, a pregnant woman will begin to feel the baby kicking at approximately 25 weeks into the pregnancy, according to WebMD. A slight fluttering feeling may be felt as early as 13 weeks. More »

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A woman who is experiencing her second or third pregnancy can feel the baby move at 13 weeks, according to WebMD. Women pregnant for the first time do not generally feel the baby's movements until at least 16 weeks. It i... More »

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A woman with an average 28 day menstrual cycle is most likely to get pregnant between days 12 and 15 of her menstrual cycle according to WebMD. The exact number of days that ovulation occurs after a woman's period ends v... More »

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