Fit To Be Pregnant
Pregnancy is the process of carrying a female mammal - including humans - one or more fetuses in her body. Human pregnancy lasts about 9 months between the time of the last menstrual period and childbirth (38 weeks after fertilization). The name Jenin is given to what a woman carries from fertilization until birth. In many societies, the medical and legal status of the fetus is determined by dividing the pregnancy into three stages:
The first stage: the chances of the fetus being aborted (the natural death of the fetus) are great.
The second stage: It is possible to monitor the growth and development of the fetus.
The third stage: It begins when the fetus has developed sufficiently to be able to continue life without medical or medical aid outside the woman's womb.
This book will help you to know all information about pregnancy and how to deal with it