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He or she is waking and sleeping in regular intervals, which you may be able to tell from his or her movements. He or she is also swallowing amniotic fluid to help his or her digestive system mature for life in the outside world. His or her intestines also start slowly relaxing and contracting this week.
15 Jan 2013
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ANCIENT EGYPT: KAMA SUTRA OF HATHOR - ARYAN GODDESS MAKOSH by Mari Geiger-Howiler (videos) 10:00 mins. Pre-Dynastic EGYPT and the influence from the VEDIC ARYAN Culture (in ~26,000-24,000 BC). the main Goddess of ARYAN Culture before EGYPT was ARYAN Goddess-MOTHER MAKOSH. This is the oldest Goddess that Vedic Aryans brought to the area where they established KHEMET (EGYPT) in ~26,000 BC. Later on Hathor became to be ASHERA, CONSORT OF BAAL (ВЕЛЕС) and LATER HEBREW YHWH. In Egyptian mythology, Hathor (Egyptian for House of Horus) was originally a personification of the Milky Way (Mehet-Weret). The Milky Way was seen as a waterway in the heavens, sailed upon by both the sun god and the king, leading the Egyptians to describe it as The Nile in the Sky. Due to this, and the name Mehturt, she was identified as responsible for the yearly inundation of the Nile. Another consequence of this name is that she was seen as a herald of imminent birth, as when the amniotic sac breaks and floods its waters, it is a medical indicator that the child is due to be born extremely soon. HATHOR (MAKOSH) was the Goddess of Motherhood. Hathor was identified as the Pleiades. Also HATHOR (MAKOSH) was a Fertility Goddess.
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Amniocentesis (also referred to as amniotic fluid test or AFT), is a medical procedure used in prenatal diagnosis of chromosomal abnormalities and fetal infections.
26 Apr 2011
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*******bit.ly/morning-sickness-freedom - vomiting pregnant – remedies for pregnancy sickness – pregnant no morning sickness Pregnant women are also concerned that constant vomiting may threaten their unborn baby. Vomiting and stretching may strain the abdominal muscles and cause localized aching and soreness, but the physical mechanics of vomiting won’t harm the baby. The fetus is perfectly cushioned inside its sac of amniotic fluid. In fact, numerous studies have discovered that moderate morning sickness is associated with a reduced risk of miscarriage. However, prolonged vomiting eventually leads to dehydration and weight loss, a situation which could possibly deprive the child of proper nutrition and increase the risk of the baby being underweight at birth. If you need information, you can visit : *******bit.ly/morning-sickness-freedom - vomiting pregnant – remedies for pregnancy sickness – pregnant no morning sickness
20 Mar 2011
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*******bit.ly/morning-sickness-freedom - natural cure for morning sickness – pregnancy morning sickness cures Pregnant women are also concerned that constant vomiting may threaten their unborn baby. Vomiting and stretching may strain the abdominal muscles and cause localized aching and soreness, but the physical mechanics of vomiting won’t harm the baby. The fetus is perfectly cushioned inside its sac of amniotic fluid. In fact, numerous studies have discovered that moderate morning sickness is associated with a reduced risk of miscarriage. However, prolonged vomiting eventually leads to dehydration and weight loss. If you need information, you can visit : *******bit.ly/morning-sickness-freedom - natural cure for morning sickness – pregnancy morning sickness cures
20 Mar 2011
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BY TRACY PFEIFFER Anchor: Ana Compain-Romero You're watching multisource health news analysis from Newsy Scientists in Cyprus, say they’re close to full development of a new test for Down syndrome in the womb -- and medical professionals are calling it a game changer. The new procedure analyzes a pregnant mother’s blood for differences between her DNA and the DNA of her fetus. Down syndrome results from an extra copy of chromosome 21, and is a common cause of mental retardation. (Video: WTXF) Currently, the only way to diagnose Down syndrome before birth is through a process called amniocentesis. Though most women forgo that test. A writer for Technorati explains why. “Tested at 15-16 weeks gestation, a needle is inserted into the mother’s uterus and amniotic fluid is extracted. As a result, 1 in 100 pregnancies will end in miscarriage.” On Philadelphia Fox affiliate WTXF, one doctor can barely conceal his excitement. Dr. MIKE CIRIGLIANO: “A blood test! Is that cool? That is really cool.” Anchor: “That is amazing.” Dr. MIKE CIRIGLIANO: “Having gone through this again with my own wife -- Do you want to have an amniocentesis? There are risks associated, but you want to know.” Anchor: “Sure.” Dr. MIKE CIRIGLIANO: “And so, this could be a sea change.” But a writer for Care2 reports 90 to 95 percent of women terminate their pregnancies after a Down syndrome diagnosis, so while the new test is exciting -- it also raises some high-stakes ethical questions. “The parents of disabled children tend to say ... their love for their child has far outweighed the difficulties. At the same time, however, making sure that children with Down's Syndrome ... have a positive, supported life does require a significant commitment on the part of the parents, both emotional and financial.” Finally, a doctor from Boston’s Children’s Hospital is optimistic about the issue -- hoping potential parents are aware of growing societal support for people with Down syndrome and their families. Dr. BRIAN SKOTKO: “What I also envision is a world where people with Down syndrome continue to prove that they can succeed and they’re important contributors to their local communities. I think the challenge is, how do you convey these new possibilities into the prenatal discussions that are coming around the corner so that mothers and fathers can make an informed decision?” The researchers behind the study say they aren’t ready to roll out the test just yet, but hope to have it on the market within one to two years. Follow Newsy_Videos on Twitter Get more multisource video news analysis from Newsy Transcript by Newsy
12 Mar 2011
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*******www.nucleusinc****/medical-animation This 3D medical animation depicts an amniocentesis procedure. This is performed to let doctors detect or rule out problems with a baby’s health long before birth. An ultrasound is to create an image of the fetus and nearby structures on a computer screen, before choosing a safe place to insert the needle. A thin needle is then introduced through your abdominal wall, into your uterus, and into the amniotic sac to withdraw a small sample of amniotic fluid.
18 Dec 2010
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Lauren is a teacher and she underwent Dr.Gulani's "No Stitch" amniotic surgery with glue and like allpatients was amazed to see her eye next day after surgery in the mirror. In this video she questions Dr.Gulani and he explains the pros and cons of surgery *******www.gulanivision****
28 Aug 2009
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The Unborn Baby - High Tech Photographs / Pro-life Anti-Abortion Video. Photos courtesy of Priests For Life. Pachabel's Cannon music from the Music Bakery. Video from rosaryfilms of Secret of the Rosary. Development of the Unborn Baby. Fetal Development; From conception to birth; Day 1: fertilization: all human chromosomes are present; unique human life begins. Day 6: embryo begins implantation in the uterus. Day 22: heart begins to beat with the child's own blood, often a different type than the mothers'. Week 3: By the end of third week the child's backbone spinal column and nervous system are forming. The liver, kidneys and intestines begin to take shape. Week 4: By the end of week four the child is ten thousand times larger than the fertilized egg. Week 5: Eyes, legs, and hands begin to develop. Week 6: Brain waves are detectable; mouth and lips are present; fingernails are forming. Week 7: Eyelids, and toes form, nose distinct. The baby is kicking and swimming. Week 8: Every organ is in place, bones begin to replace cartilage, and fingerprints begin to form. By the 8th week the baby can begin to hear. Weeks 9 and 10: Teeth begin to form, fingernails develop. The baby can turn his head, and frown. The baby can hiccup. Weeks 10 and 11: The baby can "breathe" amniotic fluid and urinate. Week 11 the baby can grasp objects placed in its hand; all organ systems are functioning. The baby has a skeletal structure, nerves, and circulation. Week 12: The baby has all of the parts necessary to experience pain, including nerves, spinal cord, and thalamus. Vocal cords are complete. The baby can suck its thumb. Week 14: At this age, the heart pumps several quarts of blood through the body every day. Week 15: The baby has an adult's taste buds. Month 4: Bone Marrow is now beginning to form. The heart is pumping 25 quarts of blood a day. By the end of month 4 the baby will be 8-10 inches in length and will weigh up to half a pound. Week 17: The baby can have dream (REM) sleep. Week 19: Babies can routinely be saved at 21 to 22 weeks after fertilization, and sometimes they can be saved even younger. Week 20: The earliest stage at which Partial birth abortions are performed. At 20 weeks the baby recognizes its' mothers voice. Months 5 and 6: The baby practices breathing by inhaling amniotic fluid into its developing lungs. The baby will grasp at the umbilical cord when it feels it. Most mothers feel an increase in movement, kicking, and hiccups from the baby. Oil and sweat glands are now functioning. The baby is now twelve inches long or more, and weighs up to one and a half pounds. Months 7 through 9: Eyeteeth are present. The baby opens and closes his eyes. The baby is using four of the five senses (vision, hearing, taste, and touch.) He knows the difference between waking and sleeping, and can relate to the moods of the mother. The baby's skin begins to thicken, and a layer of fat is produced and stored beneath the skin. Antibodies are built up, and the baby's heart begins to pump 300 gallons of blood per day. Approximately one week before the birth the baby stops growing, and "drops" usually head down into the pelvic cavity. Sources Used: Bergel, Gary (Produced by NRLC) "When You Were Formed in Secret." 1998. Flanagan, Geraldine Lux. Beginning Life. The Marvelous Journey from Conception to Birth. New York: DK Publishing Inc., 1996. Hopson, Janet L. Fetal Psychology. Oct. 1998. 07 Jan 2003. Internet Sources: "Fetal Development." 07 Jan 2003.
22 Aug 2009
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Dr.Gulani performs the World's First 3D Amnitoic surgery using an IMAX like screen. Nurse Raymond originaly from New York selects Dr.Gulani for her Pterygium surgery. *******www.gulanivision****
27 Jul 2009
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Montvale, NJ – AmniScreen™ is the first and only FDA-approved at-home screening test for amniotic fluid leakage during pregnancy, a condition that may lead to serious complications such as infection and preterm labor.
26 May 2009
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Japanese singer Kumi Kouda said"The amniotic fluid of the pregnant woman of 35 years or more rots."
6 Feb 2008
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AKRON, Ohio (AP) -- Twin girls born with a rare condition in Ohio were breathing on their own and their mom said she and her husband were able to hold them on Mother's Day. Sarah Thistlethwaite said babies Jillian and Jenna were removed from ventilators Sunday afternoon after they were able to breathe comfortably. She told The Associated Press that she and her husband Bill both held them for a while on Mother's Day. "It's just hard to put into words how amazing it feels to know the girls are OK," she said. "It's great to know that they're doing so well, and being able to hold them." The identical twin girls shared the same amniotic sac and placenta. Such births are called monoamniotic, or "mono mono," and doctors say they occur in about one of every 10,000 pregnancies. They were born Friday at Akron General Medical Center, grasping each other's hands when doctors lifted them up for their parents to see after delivery. Thistlethwaite told the Akron Beacon Journal (*******bit.ly/1hG517d ) that was "the best Mother's Day present ever." "They're already best friends," said Thistlethwaite, 32. "I can't believe they were holding hands. That's amazing." Jenna was born first at 4 pounds, 2 ounces and 17 inches, with Jillian following 48 seconds later at 3 pounds, 13 ounces and 17.5 inches. They were moved temporarily to Akron Children's Hospital because they needed breathing assistance. Thistlethwaite expects to be released from Akron General on Tuesday, while the girls will remain in the hospital two to four weeks. Dr. Melissa Mancuso helped deliver the twins, one of several amniotic pairs she has helped deliver in 11 years. She said the twins are at risk during pregnancy of entanglement of umbilical cords, which can cause death. Another woman at Akron General is expected to give birth later this week to monoamniotic twins. Sarah and Bill Thistlethwaite, of Orrville, Ohio, have a son, Jaxon, whose first birthday was Jan. 27. That's the day they also found out she was carrying twins. "All I could do was laugh," said Bill, 35. They rushed to prepare their home for the twins, and Sarah was soon on bed rest. A middle school math teacher, she went into the hospital on March 14. "It's hard, it really is," she said of extended bed rest. "It was very mentally challenging knowing I have to sit here all day." Besides television, books and "trashy gossip magazines," she viewed YouTube to learn how to crochet baby hats. The girls were born at 33 weeks and two days. Mancuso said there were only minor issues during the pregnancy. Sometimes the girls would kick the monitors off. "I don't know what they're doing to each other," Sarah said jokingly of her "sweet girls." -- Online: Akron Children's Hospital: bit.ly/1jwEkq8 (c) 2014 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Learn more about our Privacy Policy and Terms of Use.
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WOODBURY, Tenn. - Born with no eyes and a severe cleft lip and palate, 2 year old Christian Buchanan has made his way around the world without ever leaving his Woodbury home. Tiny fingers tickle the keys. It's one of Christian Buchanan's favorite sounds. He relies so heavily on the senses of touch and hearing at 2 years old, born with a severe birth defect.He's one of only about 50 people in the world with such a severe Tessier cleft that he couldn't even close his mouth. It was caused by Amniotic Band Syndrome, where fibrous bands in the womb attached to his face and restricted blood flow during fetal development. In his first few months, the Buchanans fielded questions and inappropriate comments from others.Lacey addressed the masses for the first time in a homemade YouTube video, when her baby boy was about a year old. She explained Christian as she knows him, without saying a word.Within just weeks, by Mother's Day May 2012, 11 million people had viewed and shared the video. The Buchanan family was all over Facebook feeds, and the video soared to the #1 spot on Huffington Post. A year later, this active 2 year old is now a big brother, coming into his own. No fear as he plays outside and sings. Among the comments that have been said to these parents in the past is they should have aborted Christian.It's fueled a fire in Lacey to prove otherwise. She's vowed to help Christian thrive, and change the outlook of others. His fans on Facebook multiply by the day, with every picture and update that's posted on their public page. He's the light in their lives, a pure blessing, that began as a question of whether he would survive. Christian will need surgeries into his teen years to reconstruct the cleft. Aside from being blind, he is a perfectly normal young boy. Anti-abortion groups across the country are inviting the Buchanan family to appear as guests of honor at their rallies.To follow them on Facebook, and learn how to help them with surgical expenses, click on FOX LINKS at Fox17****.
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Click this to share on facebook: *******on.fb.me/1stBreath You went from breathing liquid to air at birth. Why did you not die? Answer? Your heart's plumbing SIGNIFICANTLY changed with your first breath. AWESOME huh? Have you ever heard of someone "with a hole in their heart". The Foramen Ovale doesn't seal completely causing improper flow. Here's the verse at the end of the video: *******bit.ly/xSFYDM Many people seem to be having a problem with Doc's explanation. I would remind you that he's a Doctor and is qualified to make these statements. We made that cut several times, and I asked him to simplify his summary very greatly. When doing so he didn't include descriptions of meconium, pulmonary pressure differentials, etc. These were discussed in detail, but I chose to leave them out and only focus on the foramen ovale and ductus arteriosis. We also used the term "breathe" loosely when the baby is inside the womb because there isn't an oxygen exchange in the baby's lungs with amniotic fluid. Babies do "inhale" and "exhale" amniotic fluid: *******en.wikipedia****/wiki/Amniotic_fluid#Functions_of_amniotic_fluid *******link.springer****/chapter/10.1007%2F978-88-470-1402-2_5?LI=true Babies do defecate in the womb: *******www.ajog****/article/S0002-9378(02)71437-3/abstract A special thanks to Wayne for filming the scene with Dr. Schuster and operating camera focus on the scene with engineering paper. Instead of saving for my kids' college, I make videos using the money I would have saved. The thought is it will help educate the world as a whole, and one day generate enough revenue to pay for their education. Until then if you appreciate what you've learned in this video and the effort that went in to it, please share the video. If you REALLY liked it, feel free to pitch a few dollars towards their college fund by clicking here: *******bit.ly/KidsCollege Warm Regards, Destin
29 Jan 2014
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The most amazing birth ever! A DOCTOR has snapped this astonishing photo showing a baby still encased inside its amniotic sac AFTER it had been born. Dr Aris Tsigris put the image on his Facebook page after delivering the newborn via caesarean section in Amarousion, north of Athens. He said that incredibly the baby would not have sensed that it was now outside its mother's body. Usually the sac - where a foetus develops to maturity - breaks on its own during birth, which causes the mum's "waters" to break. Most Amazing Birth Ever- *******bit.ly/ZOI5PX 2 Yr Old Locked inside of car dies- *******dailym.ai/18OtKn0 GUY LEVITATES on Americas Got Talent- *******bit.ly/10POmJR ----------------------------------------­­­­­­­­­­­­­----------------------------­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­-­- Connect With Me Facebook- *******www.facebook****/pages/Landonproduction/268626033166262?ref=hl Twitter- ********twitter****/LandonYoutube Instagram- *******instagram****/landonproductions
19 Oct 2013
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