True/False
Prenatal Care
Typical Changes
Fetal Development
Labor and Delivery
100
If the chromosomes are XX that means it's a baby boy
What is False
100
During pregnancy you should avoid these at all costs
What are Drugs and Alcohol
100
Weight gained during prgnancy
What is 20-30 pounds on average
100
Pregnancy is split up into three
What are Trimesters
100
The stage that starts with complete cervical dilation and ends with the delivery of the baby
What is the second stage of labor
200
The umbilical cord supplies the nutrients to the baby
What is True
200
Typical experience for both mothers and fathers during which you learn about labor
What are childbirth classes?
200
Some women experience these getting tender during pregnancy
What is Breast
200
Cluster of cells that embeds itself into the uterus
What is blastocyst
200
Complete dilation's measure
What is 10 centimeters
300
The male chromosomes determine the baby's gender
What is True
300
A powerful stimulant that puts both mother and fetus under stress by raising the level of the hormone epinephrine
What is Caffeine
300
The amount of water a pregnant women should be drinking daily
What is up to 3 liters
300
The second trimester begins
What is the fourth month (Week 13)
300
The stage where dilation occurs
What is the First stage of Labor
400
Getting a sonogram can always determine the baby's gender
What is False
400
Going to the doctor frequently while pregnant to insure everything is going smoothly
What are Regular Check-ups
400
A period of time after birth where the family goes through critical changes due to parenthood, which could lead to depression
What is Postpartum Period
400
What the blastocyst becomes
What is an embryo
400
A baby being born under 5.5 pounds
What is Low birth weight
500
Pregnancy lasts around 40 weeks
What is True
500
A nutritious diet throughout pregnancy
What is Prenatal Nutrition
500
The production of milk
What is lactation
500
The fetus moves to the head-down position, getting ready for labor
What is week 32
500
When a fertilized egg implants itself into the fallopian tube, developing outside of the uterus
What is an Ectopic pregnancy
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