When does the fetus make meconium?

Answer During weeks 14 through 16 of development, a fetus begins producing meconium, according to the American Pregnancy Association. The greenish-black, tarry substance, made up of amniotic fluid, bile, ... Read More »

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When does the fetus develop meconium?

The MedlinePlus Medical Encyclopedia states that meconium is produced in the intestinal tract of a fetus during weeks 15 to 18 of pregnancy, 13 to 16 weeks after conception. This time period corres... Read More »

What is the atomic number of Meconium?

This is the serious answer, if the question was also. Meconium is the greenish mass of mucous, desquamated epithelial cells, lanugo, and vernix caseosa that collects in the fetal intestine, becomi... Read More »

Why a 7 month old fetus has more chance to survive after premature delivery than an 8 months old fetus?

Answer well since i been doing research on fetuses, my girlfriend is pregnant i believe that a 7 month old fetus can survive preterm birth because of development, so does the 8 month old fetus, but... Read More »

Will the yolk sac found during an ultrasound given at 8 weeks develop into a fetus while the other sac has clearly already developed into a fetus during a multiple birth?

Answer If my toddler was vomiting from the heat, the first thing I would do is give her cold water to drink and take her to the emergency room immediately.