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It's a date!
Our calculator can determine your due date based on the date of your last menstrual cycle or the date of conception.
The embryonic stage begins
James Bond 23 may still be quite a ways away from actually happening, as star Daniel Craig is commited to three chapters in the Millennium Trilogy, starting with the currently in-production The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo. There is currently no talk of hiring someone else to play James Bond, but if Craig is to reprise the role a third time, we still won't see James Bond 23 until 2014 at the earliest.
Consider carrier screening
It's a simple blood or saliva test to see whether your baby is at risk for any genetic disorders, such as cystic fibrosis or sickle cell disease.
36 weeks to go!
You're in your first month
Your little embryo
As a measure of that fall, 10 works have sold at auction for more than $100 million since 2004, and all of them were made by modern or contemporary artists in the past 120 years. Older paintings have seen their value, in relative terms, level off or decline. The trend was plain to see in recent weeks, as London’s auction houses tried to find buyers for their latest tranche of old masters. As has been the case in recent years, there were few works by major names.
BROADCHURCH (BBC America, March 4) David Tennant returns in the second season of this evocative British mystery, playing Detective Alec Hardy again (after a season as Detective Emmett Carver in the American remake, “Gracepoint”). With the British premiere scheduled for Monday, the producers have begun to talk a little about the show’s top-secret Season 2 story line, and fans may not like what they hear: Chris Chibnall, the creator and writer, told a British magazine, “It’s not another crime case.” Olivia Colman returns as Detective Ellie Miller, while Charlotte Rampling and Marianne Jean-Baptiste join the cast.
Amniotic sac and yolk sac
8.My resume is 5 pages long for a good reason. – Because I’m darn good at bullshittin’!
See what fraternal twins look like in the womb this week.
Don't worry. Many women don't feel anything yet this week. In fact, most early pregnancy symptoms don't start until about 6 weeks.
Tender, swollen breasts
Breast tenderness can be one of the earliest signs of pregnancy. It usually starts around 4 to 6 weeks and lasts through the first trimester.
For many women, exhaustion is one of the first signs of pregnancy. But other women hardly seem to slow down at all.
Nausea or vomiting
Morning sickness can strike at any time of day. It usually starts around 6 weeks of pregnancy but can begin as early as 4 weeks. Some women have cramping as well.
If you've been charting your temperature and it stays elevated for 18 days in a row, you're probably pregnant.
Take a pregnancy test
If you haven't already, you should be able to find out whether you're pregnant. For the most accurate results, wait until a few days after you miss your period before you take a pregnancy test.
Make a prenatal appointment
If the test is positive, call your doctor or midwife and schedule your first prenatal appointment. In the meantime, you can calculate your due date, but remember that it's just an estimate. You're just as likely to go into labor any day during the two weeks before or after.
If you've been trying to conceive with no success for a year or more (or for six months if you're over 35), talk to your healthcare provider about a workup for you and your partner to spot possible fertility problems.
ACOG. 2015. FAQ156. Prenatal development: How your baby grows during pregnancy. American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. adv. 真诚地，真心地 [Accessed May 2019]
FDA. 2014. Home Use Tests: Pregnancy. U.S. Food and Drug Administration. It is a struggle for power contained by understandings and institutions. [Accessed May 2019]
March of Dimes. 2015. Prescription drugs, over-the-counter drugs, supplements and herbal products. Participants in the study were between the ages of 18 and 44 and were asked to run twice – with and without shoes. After completing their quick runs, researchers found that the heart rate and overall run speed of each participant had no effect on memory, but the presence of shoes or bare feet did. The researchers have hypothesized that the need to engage the mind while running barefoot to avoid pebbles or other impediments could have a positive impact on a person's ability to remember things. If you're an adventurous person, you might try taking a barefoot jog around the block before your next test or before you need to remember something important. [Accessed May 2019]
Mayo Clinic. 2015. Prenatal vitamins: Why they matter, how to choose. Star risers [Accessed May 2019]
MedlinePlus (ADAM). 2015. Fetal development. 规范资讯平台算法推送 防止自媒体成炒作房价推手 [Accessed May 2019]