By Pamela Minett
As a lot an illustrated advisor as a textbook, here is one position you will find every little thing you want to find out about taking care of little ones and the way they improve. damaged down into seventy six basic chunks that every clarify a brief subject, Pamela Minett's strategy makes use of representation up to phrases to provide an explanation for the major innovations and express you what's intended. The emphasis is on sensible suggestions in line with the simplest and newest suggestion within the box.
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The mother will have a general physical examination including a check on her heart and lungs. Weight check Women are weighed on their first visit to the clinic and again at the end of pregnancy. They may be weighed in between if there is too much, or too little, weight gain. Apart from the first few months, a pregnant woman gains, on average, about 450 g in weight per week. In total she puts on about 12 kg. The increased weight is due to the baby plus the greatly enlarged uterus, the placenta, umbilical cord, and amniotic fluid.
Chapter 8 Family and home Growth and development before birth A human egg is just large enough to be seen – about the size of a full stop. After being fertilised, the egg soon starts to divide, first into two cells, then into four, then eight and so on until it is a mass of cells. By this time it has become attached to the wall of the uterus. The number of cells continues to increase and gradually a tiny embryo forms. Besides producing the embryo, the fertilised egg also gives rise to the placenta, umbilical cord and amnion.
SECTION 2 Becoming a parent 7 How a baby is conceived 28 8 Growth and development before birth 34 9 Pregnancy 39 10 The expectant mother 45 11 Antenatal care 49 12 Arrangements for the birth 55 13 Birth 58 14 Postnatal care 63 chapter 7 Family and home How a baby is conceived A baby starts life with two parents – a mother and a father. When the couple make love and have sexual intercourse (‘have sex’), a baby begins to develop if a sperm from the father fertilises (joins with) the mother’s egg (ovum).