This includes the skull, the brain, that there are two arms, two legs, the heart, stomach, bowel, pelvis and bladder. It's used to see how far along in your pregnancy you are and check your baby's development. The sonographer will tuck tissue paper around you to protect your clothing from the gel. In reality, the first scan gives you the first look at this new life. At 20 weeks, your baby is the size of a small cantaloupe melon. You are 11 Weeks and 1 Day Pregnant.
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