All Steps of Baby born

The spermatozoon moves along the fallopian tube towards the egg.

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Nilsson produced something truly marvellous: for the first time, people were able to see with their own eyes the conception and earliest development of human life.

The egg

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The crucial moment

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One of the father’s 200 million spermatozoa penetrates the membrane of the egg.

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The spermatozoon’s point of view. The head contains all of the genetic material.

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A week later, the embryo migrates to the womb by floating downwards through the fallopian tube.

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After another week, the embryo attaches to the wall of the uterus.

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The embryo at 22 day’s development. The grey area will become the child’s brain.

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By the 18th day of development, the foetus’ heart begins to beat.

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28 days after fertilisation.

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At five weeks, the foetus is 9 millimetres long; it’s already possible to see the face with its openings for the mouth, nostrils and eyes.

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40 days of development. The exterior cells of the foetus join with the loose surface of the uterus wall to form the placenta.

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At 8 weeks of development.

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10 weeks. It’s eyelids are already half open. Within several days they will be completely formed.

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At 10 weeks, the embryo already uses its hands to study the environment.

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16 weeks.

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The lines of blood vessels are visible through its skin.

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18 weeks. The foetus can now detect sounds from the outside world.

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19 weeks.

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20 weeks. The foetus is now 20 centimetres long. Hair starts to appear on its head.

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24 weeks.

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6 months.

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36 weeks. In a month, the baby will be born.

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