Pregnancy and Child Birth

At least one child develops inside a mother's body when she is pregnant, also known as gravidity or gestation. A pregnancy with multiples, like one with twins, results in more than one kid. Sexual activity or assisted reproductive technologies can both lead to pregnancy. This is a little more than nine lunar months, with each lunar month having a length of about 291,2 days. Usually, childbirth occurs 40 weeks (LMP) or so following the last menstrual cycle. A developing human being is referred to as an embryo for the first two months after conception; thereafter, until birth, the word "foetus" is used. Missed periods, sensitive breasts, vomiting, hunger, and frequent urination are just a few early pregnancy signs. You can find out if you are pregnant by taking a pregnancy test.

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