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the condition of carrying a developing fetus within the uterus

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By contrast, prenatal maternal stress early in gestation additionally causes the foetus to be entirely reprogrammed to deal with a reduced life expectancy.
Although hormonal treatments to increase gestation length have been previously described, only recently has the swine industry considered the use of progestagen supplementation to optimize routine husbandry and piglet care, reduce birth weight within-litter variation and prevent premature farrowing.
From January 1 to December 31, 2013, pregnant women were invited to participate if they had an uncomplicated singleton pregnancy between 18 and 41 weeks of gestation with normal fetal growth (the estimated fetal weight above the 10[sup]th percentile [sup][13]), accurate gestational age dating (based on the last menstrual period and confirmed with the first trimester ultrasound), and without evidence of a structural defect on ultrasound.
A single repeat course of antenatal corticosteroids should be considered in women who are less than 34 0/7 weeks of gestation who have an imminent risk of preterm delivery within the next 7 days and whose prior course of antenatal corticosteroids was administered more than 14 days previously.
Recent studies have indicated that the risk of stillbirth varies with gestational age and considerably higher with advancing gestation.
Ultrasonic examination indications for early pregnancy include the existence of uterine pregnancy, the number of gestation sac, and the existence of ectopic gestation.
Sows were weighed and introduced to their lactation diets, beginning from d 109 of gestation and were provided with 2.
Our study is to find out the prevalence of spontaneous onset of labour and prevalence of maternal and perinatal morbidity beyond 37 weeks of gestation up to 41 weeks.
All Women seeking antenatal care at 20 to 28 weeks gestation with singleton pregnancy presenting in the outpatient department of Khyber Teaching Hospital, Peshawar with history of PROM in previous pregnancies (from 20 weeks till term) were enrolled in this study and were evaluated in terms of frequency of PROM at the end of pregnancy.
After 20 weeks' gestation, highly significant differences were seen between the groups in estimated fetal weight.
The aim of this research was to determine the dynamics of changes in absolute volumes of placentas between the 16th and the 19th day of the gestation, by applying stereology.
Sixty-four African American women were enrolled at 16-21 weeks of gestation.
Other structures such as placentomes-foetus-foetal heart-spinal cord-ribs-foetal organ (absence and presence) were easily detected during middle stage of gestation (days 51 to 119 of gestation).
The CBN under the amended guidelines has eliminated this limit, and said loan repayment period would be decided by the gestation period of the agricultural project being funded.
A baby is known as a premature baby if he is born more than three weeks before the due date of delivery and before 37 weeks of gestation.