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My Baby's First Year Keepsake Calendar
Getting Pregnant - Ovulation Calendar & the Ovulation Cycle
The Ovulation Calendar can be used as a guide to help you track your ovulation cycle, when you ovulate and are therefore in your most fertile stage. Ovulation is the process in the menstrual cycle by which a mature ovarian follicle ruptures and discharges an ovum, which is commonly known as an egg.
Check out the pregnancy development phases, and possible symptoms and signs that might be experienced Day by Week by Month during your maternity. Discover when your baby’s eyelids and toes form. Find out when your baby can frown turn its head or hiccup! Did you know that by week 5 your baby is 10,000 times larger than the fertilized egg! And that by week 8 your baby begins to hear. And that by week 9 your baby's heart beat has 140-150 beats every minute - about twice as many as yours! Just a few of the pregnancy stages detailing fetal development
Have some fun with the Chinese Pregnancy Calendar!
The Chinese Pregnancy Calendar was a method of predicting the gender of a baby. The ancient Chinese Pregnancy Calendar is believed to date back to the 13th century. There is no scientific evidence to support this method, but due to the laws of probability it will always have a 50% success rate! So have some fun and use this ancient Chinese Pregnancy Calendar!
The contents of this section provides facts, definitions and helpful information for pregnant women. The start, the various signs and symptoms and development phases.
- Early stages
- Development phases
- Fetal development
- Week by week changes
- Helpful Tips and Info
- Motherhood Maternity
- Chinese Pregnancy Calendar & Ovulation Calendar
The Pregnancy section is for educational purposes
Discover how your body is adapting and how your baby is growing and developing via the information found on this Pregnancy section. Every pregnancy is different and the above information about the day by day changes experienced by women is therefore generalised to act as a guideline for educational purposes only. For specific maternity, medical advice, diagnosis, and treatment please consult your doctor.