Organogenesis

On the whole bag, the embryo and its surrounding membrane and the fluid have a size of 1, see your child there is 1,5 mm – as a lowercase 'o' in print book text. 6-Week. Many women this week for the first time you went to the doctor. On the second week begins Organogenesis – a period when forming the main internal and external structures, this period lasts until the 10th week, although their development will continue even after birth. Your child takes the C-shaped. A large protrusion on the inside ('front') of 'C' shows what is now the heart. This week there are tiny offshoots – arms and legs – as well as embryo head with an already noticeable holes and bulges out of which later will develop eyes, ears and nose. By the end of the week closes the head end of the neural tube.

Your child has a length of 4 mm – a grain of rice. But his heart beats, and it can be seen on ultrasound. 7-Week. If you belong to the majority, then this week, nausea, you will be strong. If you're among the lucky few who are not sick in the morning, better keep yer mouth shut about it in the presence of other women in the waiting room at the doctor.

All the authorities have started to develop last week, grow and change. Most rapidly growing head – because of the rapid development of the brain. The head is rounded, it can already be seen on orbit.

Obesity And Infertility

In a report published by the British Society of infertility (British Fertility Society), scientists have suggested doctors refuse to carry out in vitro fertilization patients with extreme degrees of obesity. The experts suggested that no allow for the artificial insemination of women with body mass index of more than 36 units. Women with a body mass index greater than 29 units, in vitro fertilization offers only be performed after weight normalization. At the time of instruction given the British National Health Service recommended that doctors warn women who are overweight and obesity on the risk posed by pregnancy for their health, but did not deny them the treatment of infertility. Overweight upon the occurrence of pregnancy greatly increases the likelihood of developing gestational diabetes and hypertension. Currently, British insurance companies refuse to make the procedure in the treatment of infertility insurance policy if the client is obese. With the representative of British society on the problems of infertility, Richard Kennedy, the practice of some offices of the National System of Health for a long time do not spend vitro fertilization patients with obesity. The report also contained recommendations not to deny the artificial insemination for single women and lesbian couples..