According to specialized healthcare writer Myrrh Hector from LoveToKnow, there is no official information on the world's biggest pregnant belly. The size of a pregnant belly depends on the number of babies; sextuplets, septuplets and octuplets are a result of in vitro fertilization.Know More
Mayo Clinic experts explain that in vitro fertilization results in a high number of embryos. If more than one embryo is implanted into the uterus, multiple fetuses develop, leading to a bigger pregnancy belly.
Hector reports that several women have vied for title of the biggest pregnant belly: Nkem Chukwu with her octuplets from 1998, Bobby McCaughey with her septuplets from 1997, Kate Gosselin with her sextuplets from 2004 and Nadya Suleman with her octuplets from 2009.Learn more about Reproductive Anatomy
At 12 weeks pregnant, a mother's uterus has grown to the height of her belly button, making the pregnancy noticeable for the first time, according to Johns Hopkins Medicine. The skin of the belly also continues to grow and may even begin to feel itchy at times.Full Answer >
You can find official information on season four of "Lego Ninjago: Masters of Spinjitzu" on the website of its broadcaster, Cartoon Network. Cartoon Network provides videos of previous episodes and episode summaries, as well as broadcast schedules. You can also find additional episode information on iTunes and IMDB.Full Answer >
A diagram of Skene's glands is an illustrated human anatomy chart of part of the female reproductive system. Skene's glands are located on the vaginal wall, near the urethra. Skene's glands are thought to have many of the same components as the male prostate gland, according to Berkley Wellness.Full Answer >
Fertility is the natural capacity to produce offspring, whereas fecundity is the potential capacity for reproduction, according to Biology Online. Although the terms are often used interchangeably in common language, the Geneva Foundation for Medical Education and Research explains how they take on very distinct meanings when discussing matters of demographics and human population trends.Full Answer >