What Does a 17 Week Old Aborted Fetus Look like?

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A 17 week old fetus looks very much like a miniature baby. It has fingers, toes, most of its organs, and you can also distinguish the sex of the baby. The eyelids are closed shut until the 22nd week but the eyes are sensitive to light. The skin is very thin and you are able to see the veins. Also, the ears are also moving away from the head and are starting to be able to hear.
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