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Interactive Tool: From Embryo to Baby in 9 Months

What does this tool help you learn?

You can use this tool to discover the amazing changes that happen during a pregnancy. Get a close-up peek at the early embryo. See how much a growing fetus changes every few weeks. Read about what's new every month.

You'll also find links to helpful information about testing, healthy pregnancy choices, premature birth, and labor and delivery.

Moore KL, et al. (2013). The Developing Human: Clinically Oriented Embryology, 9th ed. Philadelphia: Elsevier Saunders.Campbell S (2004). Watch Me Grow! New York: St. Martin's Press.

What should you keep in mind?

Every baby is different. Every fetus is different. The images we show you may not be your skin color or your fetus's exact size. But they do tell you a lot about what happens over the course of a pregnancy.

This tool links you to information about prenatal tests. Some of these tests are new and not available everywhere. For example, you might not have chorionic villus sampling or nuchal translucency ultrasound in your town. The good news is that you still have excellent options, such as triple or quad screening.

What's next?

If you have any worries about your pregnancy, be sure to talk to your doctor or nurse-midwife. For more information, see the topics Pregnancy, Birth Defects Testing, and Labor and Delivery.

Credits

Current as of: February 11, 2020

Author: Healthwise Staff
Medical Review:
Sarah Marshall MD - Family Medicine
Martin J. Gabica MD - Family Medicine
Adam Husney MD - Family Medicine
Kathleen Romito MD - Family Medicine
William Gilbert MD - Maternal and Fetal Medicine

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March 2020 Newsletter from South Bay OBGYN

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COVID-19 Update

With the new state of California Stay At Home Order, South Bay OBGYN continues to be open to take care of the needs of our patient’s.  To ensure the safety of not only our staff, but you as the patient too, we have equipped our office’s with PPE and we ask that all patient’s do their part to prevent the spread of COVID:

If you are positive or have been exposed to a positive person or have cold / flu symptoms, we will require that you have your appointment via TELEHEALTH. We continue to be open for all types of appointments, including TELEHEALTH as an alternative for those who would prefer to stay in the safety of their homes. Whether it’s a telephone call or an actual video chat, we want everyone to be comfortable and remain safe.

More About Telehealth

Please contact our office for more information on COVID-19 testing requirements by dialing (619) 267 – 8313, option 5 from our main menu to speak with our Nurse Line.