Fetal brain development

The foundation of your baby’s intelligence is being built while he is still a fetus.  This stage of your baby’s life is very critical because this is where the raw materials of his intelligence and personality are being formed.  Fetal brain development has long lasting effect on your baby’s personality. Congenital malformations, premature delivery and many other conditions have a serious effect on your infant’s future and quality of life.  You should be aware of factors that can have an effect on your baby’s prenatal development, and avoid those that can be avoided.

The brain grows at a remarkably rapid rate. By the end of the third week of gestation, the embryo has formed the three parts of the brain (the forebrain, midbrain and hindbrain). One week later, the brain begins functioning. At this point, the brain busily begins to work on the placement of all the major organs and systems. By the end of the eighth week of pregnancy, all of the major organs are in place, according to the Long Island Spectrum Center website.

  • General brain development
  • Prenatal Development
  • Postnatal Development
  • Preterm labor and birth 
  • Carcinoma of the Cervix

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