A bit short but nice game, could do with a sequel thought.
Most scans are carried out by specially trained staff called sonographers.The procedure is carried out in a dimly lit room so the sonographer is able to get good images of your baby. You will then be asked to lower your skirt or trousers to your hips and raise your top to your chest.From middle school on, we learn precisely what activity winds up getting a girl knocked up. Others spend years, thousands of dollars, and a good portion of their sanity on pills, injections, painful and uncomfortable procedures and more pills, only to wind up with absolutely zero results.And so we spend the first 10, 20 — even 30 years of our post-puberty lives doing anything possible to wind up pregnant. Modern medicine knows very little about the differences between these two types of women.We worked at a magazine that covered books, so I mentioned a book I read called .
The second the title left my mouth, one woman, a 50-something with a blonde bob and photos of her two kids plastered around her office, snorted so loud she nearly dropped her drink."Oh PLEASE," she guffawed.It's very exciting to "see" your baby in the womb, often moving his or her hands and legs.Having a scan in pregnancy is usually a happy event, but be aware that ultrasound scans may detect some serious abnormalities, so you should be prepared for that information.Ultrasound scans use sound waves to build a picture of the baby in the womb.The scans are completely painless, have no known side effects on mothers or babies, and can be carried out at any stage of pregnancy.If you're ready to have a baby, but aren't necessarily able to do so through the traditional means (i.e., being in a heterosexual relationship in which you can readily conceive a child), there's an app for that.