Prenatal Development


son·o·gram (sn-grm, sn-)

n.An image, as of an unborn fetus, produced by ultrasonography. Also called echogram, sonograph, ultrasonogram.
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Prenatal Development – text, illustrations and video


The Biology of Prenatal Development – National Geographic text and video


The Human Embryo


Embryo - (the Freezing Process) Invitro Fertilization - and other Technologies


A beautiful video capturing fetal growth week by week


Fetal Development – Fetal Images AmericanPregnancy Association


When is the brain functioning? Dr. & Mrs. Willke


The term blastocyst is a medical term used to describe a human embryo who is four to six days old. - Unborn and Dreaming

Milestones of fetal behavior


Fetal Psychology

By Scott Klusendorf


Justice for All’s great “When Are we Human?” display


U.S. Appeals Court acknowledges the humanity of the unborn


Live Action – Music video re: the unborn


Heartbeat on Doppler – Commercial devices to hear fetal heartbeat


Heart beating at Six Weeks – YouTube Ultrasound


Heartbeat video and sound  - Twelve Senses Not Five

Fetal Development Photos and Illustrations Week by Week – Great Photos


Fetal Development Overview – Pregnancy webpage


Bumpology:  Why Can’t My Baby Sleep When I Do?


The Miracle of Baby Samuel by Dr. Frank Joseph

 More information:

How the photograph was suppressed!

What Your Baby Looks Like This Week