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Uterine Wall Thickening Before and After Pregnancy

Thickening of the uterine wall can be described briefly as being above the normal thickness of the wall for various reasons. In fact, every woman's cervical wall thickens until menstruation and bleeding occurs and if there is a pregnancy, bleeding does not occur and the cervical wall remains thick.
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Baby Development

Week 20 Pregnancy

We have prepared a great article about the 20th week of pregnancy. 🙂 We wish all the expectant mothers a pleasant reading. If you're wondering how many months a 20-week-old baby will be, you're at the end of the 5th month. Şimdi Your baby now weighs 260 grams and is about 20 cm tall. Your baby's bones continue to develop.
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Coronavirus (COVID-19) in babies and kids: Symptoms and what you need to know

If you’re worried about what’s happening and what’s to come, you’re not alone. Aside from getting basic supplies and handling childcare, parents are also sorting through the precautions they can take to protect themselves and their families, including social distancing. They& 39;re also figuring out how to process this ongoing global event with their children.
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Baby Development

Effects of Violence on Children

Nowadays, the negative psychological effects of child tattooing on children are now known. Psychologist and Special Education Specialist Bihter Mutlu Gencer, some parents by "tapping" as described in the discipline of how harmful to the psychological development of the child describes how.
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What to pack for the hospital or birth center

Our site may earn a commission from shopping links.Preparing for the big dayYou could go into labor any time in the weeks before your due date. So it& 39;s a good idea to have everything ready to go when you’re 8 months pregnant.Click through our slideshow to see everything you’ll need to pack for you, your partner or birth coach, and your baby.
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Baby Development

Hip Dislocation in Infants

Watch out for congenital hip dislocation! Orthopedics and Traumatology Specialist Op. Dr. Serkan Çağan warns the families by saying le Although it is seen in one out of a hundred newborn babies, if the families have hip dislocation, this rate is 20-30%. S What is Congenital Hip Dislocation and What Causes it? Treatment of hip dislocation with early diagnosis is short and successful, and if it is delayed, treatment is long and it is a disease that causes disability.
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