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3D 4D Ultrasound Fact Information Sheet 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

3D 4D Ultrasound Fact Information Sheet

4D scan images aren’t formed using optical data (like a digital camera) instead they are assembled by sound waves and the final image is a computer rendered 3D image of your baby in the womb. 4D technology uses sound waves…

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Count the Kicks 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

Count the Kicks

Empower Yourself in Pregnancy! COUNT THE KICKS™ wants to empower Mums with knowledge and confidence during their pregnancy. We want to encourage Mums to work with their Midwives and healthcare providers to promote a healthy outcome. Empowering every Mum with the…

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Why it is harmful to smoke during pregnancy 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

Why it is harmful to smoke during pregnancy

A baby in the womb gets everything from its mother. Nutrients and oxygen come via the placenta and umbilical cord. Smoking not only exposes the baby to toxins in tobacco smoke, but it also damages placental function. When a person…

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The placenta 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

The placenta

The placenta is a structure that develops inside the uterus during pregnancy. It forms from the same cells as the embryo and acts as an unborn baby’s life-support system. One side of the placenta attaches to the wall of the…

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Amniotic Fluid, Umbilical Cord 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

Amniotic Fluid, Umbilical Cord

Amniotic Fluid Attached to placenta is the membranous sac which surrounds and protects the embryo. This sac is called the amnion. It grows and begins to fill, mainly with water, around two weeks after fertilization. This liquid is called Amniotic…

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4D baby scan, Peek inside the womb 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

4D baby scan, Peek inside the womb

A baby can’t drown in the womb because until they are born they don’t breathe air. The umbilical cord is attached to the baby by the placenta, which is attached to the wall of the womb. We can see the…

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Ultrasound Dating Scan 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

Ultrasound Dating Scan

The Crown-rump Length This measurement can be made between 7 to 13 weeks and gives very accurate estimation of the gestational age. Dating with the CRL can be within 3-4 days of the last menstrual period. An important point to…

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How 3D 4D Ultrasound scans work 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

How 3D 4D Ultrasound scans work

Most ultrasounds are routinely performed using conventional (2D) scanning. This is where the ultrasound beam scans through a thin slice of the woman’s body or the baby, and shows the image on a screen in 2 dimensions only. This type…

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Could Acupuncture Work Better Than Medications for Treating Colic in Babies 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

Could Acupuncture Work Better Than Medications for Treating Colic in Babies

by Vimala McClure founder of the International Association of Infant Massage Imagine you have just been through a very traumatic experience, something that really disturbed you deeply. You feel yourself on the verge of tears and unable to relax or…

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The importance of good Amniotic Fluid 150 150 Original Window to the Womb

The importance of good Amniotic Fluid

We recommend that you drink 2-3 extra glasses of water/fluid every day for the week before your ultrasound scan. This will help keep you well HYDRATED. 3/4D ultrasound scans need a good amount of amniotic fluid around baby to get…

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