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Stages of Pregnancy

Stages of Pregnancy. Nutrition. Miscellaneous. Labor and Delivery. BONUS. 100. 100. 100. 100. 200. 200. 200. 200. 300. 300. 300. 300. 400. 400. 400. 400. What stage (week) is this picture representing?. ANSWER. 8 weeks. At 16 weeks what reflex does the baby develop?.

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Stages of Pregnancy

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  1. Stages of Pregnancy Nutrition Miscellaneous Labor and Delivery BONUS 100 100 100 100 200 200 200 200 300 300 300 300 400 400 400 400

  2. What stage (week) is this picture representing?

  3. ANSWER 8 weeks

  4. At 16 weeks what reflex does the baby develop?

  5. Sucking Reflex

  6. At 32 weeks the baby’s _________ are fully developed but still soft and fragile.

  7. Bone’s

  8. If your baby is a boy, his testicles begin to move from the abdomen into the scrotum. If your baby is a girl, her uterus and ovaries are in place, and a lifetime supply of eggs have formed in the ovaries. What stage (week) is this picture representing?

  9. 24 weeks

  10. What is usually the first symptoms that a women is pregnant?

  11. Missed Period

  12. How much weight gain is healthy during pregnancy?

  13. 25-30 Pounds

  14. What is an ectopic pregnancy?

  15. An ectopic pregnancy is where the egg is implanted in the fallopian tubes instead of the uterus.

  16. What is the difference between identical and fraternal twins?

  17. Identical twins arise from a single fertilized egg that for some reason splits itself. Share one amniotic sac in the womb. • Fraternal twins arise from two separate eggs. Each embryo has its own amniotic sac in the womb.

  18. The mother nourishes the baby through what structure?

  19. Umbilical Cord

  20. What are some examples of foods you should avoid while pregnant?

  21. Seafood high in mercury • Unpasteurized foods • Deli meat • Raw meat • Raw shellfish • Raw eggs • Soft cheeses • Caffeine • Alcohol • Unwashed vegetables • MUCH MORE

  22. What is the condition called where the mother consumes alcohol during pregnancy and the baby’s growth and development is stunted and suffers the affects after delivery.

  23. Fetal Alcohol Syndrome (FAS)

  24. It is healthy to gain weight while pregnant. Where is the added weight distributed to.

  25. Baby – 6 to 8 pounds Placenta – 1½ pounds Amniotic fluid – 2 pounds Uterus growth – 2 pounds Breast growth – 2 pounds Your blood and body fluids – 8 pounds Your body's protein and fat – 7 pounds

  26. Most women need at least 300 more calories per day in the last 6 month of pregnancy.

  27. TRUE

  28. What is it called when the baby’s head appears at the vaginal opening?

  29. Crowning

  30. What are some ways some women manage pain during labor and delivery?

  31. Trying breathing and relaxation techniques • Epidural • Taking warm showers or baths • Getting massages • Using heat and cold, such as heat on lower back and cold washcloth on forehead • Having the supportive care of a loved one, nurse, or doula • Finding comfortable positions while in labor (stand, crouch, sit, walk, etc.) • Using a labor ball • Listening to music

  32. What is it called when a baby is born between 34-37 weeks?

  33. Premature Birth

  34. How many stages of delivery are there? List and describe each stage.

  35. 4 stages • STAGE 1: Labor Onset to Full Cervix Dilation. • STAGE 2: Full Cervix Dilation to Delivery of Baby. • STAGE 3: Delivery of Baby to Expulsion of Placenta. • STAGE 4: Expulsion of Placenta to Afterbirth Recovery.

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