fetus

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fetus

noun baby, embryo, genesis, immature stage, life, origination, seed, source, starting point, unborn young
See also: embryo
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A reading of seven will trigger an amber light for a pregnant woman but red for her unborn baby.
There's now more proof than ever that smoking is dangerous - both for your unborn baby and you.
It shouldn't be any surprise that drinking during pregnancy can have a very negative and often life-threatening impact on the development and health of an unborn baby.
It is usually a mild illness, but it can cause serious harm to an unborn baby if a woman got it during early pregnancy, Xinhua reported.
Summary: Residents of the southern village of Arb-Salim in the Iqlim al-Tuffah area were grief-stricken Saturday following the news of the death of a woman and her unborn baby as she was making her way to hospital.
THE worried girlfriend of a missing Middlesbrough man has released an image of their unborn baby in the hope he will see it and come home.
Information revealed in this project will improve understanding of the molecular mechanisms involved in the transport of thyroid hormones from the mother to the unborn baby through the placenta and could end up saving thousands of babies lives.
Summary: The famous Lebanese artist Nancy Ajram was recently admitted to a hospital in Beirut for a routine medical exam to check the health of her unborn baby as she approaches her expected date of delivery
A CPS spokesman said yesterday that Miss Tucker, of Garston, Liverpool, was also taken to court for threatening to kick Miss Vince's unborn baby "out of her stomach".
Fran Lyon fled Birmingham for Sweden when she was pregnant because she feared social workers would take her unborn baby.
Both amniocentesis and another procedure called chorionic villus sampling, in which doctors pluck bits of the placenta, isolate fetal cells that can reveal many genetic problems in an unborn baby with near certainty.
The images are produced after mums-to-be undergo ultrasound scans which are designed to detect early signs of health problems in the unborn baby.