Umbilical Cord Attachment To The Difficulty Of Seeing The Sex Of The Baby When Ultrasound?
last night, this morning I was already ultrasound. obstetrical age of 20 weeks. at the beginning the doctor thought it was a female type of sex because of the narrowing of his thigh, but at the end there was a bulge like that, the doctor could not confirm that it was a penis or umbilical cord … because the position of the fetus was difficult to see. I want to ask. indeed the umbilical cord can block the sexes?
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Pregnancy is a condition in which the fetus develops in the mother's womb where in the uterus there will be an amniotic membrane which then also has an umbilical cord connecting the blood of the mother to the baby for nutrition. The amniotic membrane itself has the contents of amniotic fluid so that the fetus seems to swim in the presence of an umbilical cord that hangs in the navel and is in contact with the mother through the placenta. So that in general the umbilical cord is the same as a jani that can move locations and move as if it appears to swim so that the umbilical cord may be in the abdominal area which other parts lead to the thighs or can also lead to the chest so it depends on fetal movements.
Regarding the sex of the fetus is usually known by ultrasound but it will usually also be related to the position of the fetus, another way to look is to be done in the following simple ways, this can be seen in this article
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