EarlyLife

Help & advice

Between 11 to 14 weeks both boys and girls have genitals that protrude and both can look very like a penis, however, there are differences. This protrusion  is called the "genital tubercle" and it is the angle of this tubercle...

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During conception the gender of your baby is determined by chromosomes. It is the man's sperm that affects whether you will have a boy or girl. Unfertilised eggs carry the X chromosome and the sperm can carry either the X...

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We're delighted to announce the launch of our brand new website and its range of new features to help choosing and booking a scan even easier for you. Choose by scan type We've organised our scans by different types to...

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Bleeding or 'spotting' A week after conception the embryo implants itself into the wall of the uterus. This can cause light bleeding known as spotting. You can also get stomach cramps whilst the tiny embryo is in motion. Missed period A missed...

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