Umbilical hernias occur while a baby is in the womb. Although they may look scary, most cases of the condition are painless and harmless. Learn what causes an umbilical hernia, what to do about it, and how to tell if you baby has one.
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We've partnered with the American Institute of Ultrasound Medicine (AIUM), Johns Hopkins, and the March of Dimes to create this unique peak into Baby's development inside the womb. These images reveal all the intricate details of your baby's growth -- from a collection of cells to a full-term newborn. While most women may only receive one or two ultrasounds during pregnancy, which is normal, this slideshow of the 3rd trimester of pregnancy gives you a look at each week of development.
Newborns don't come with instruction manuals, and it may seem overwhelming to suddenly have to take care of their precious "parts." Here's everything you need to know to confidently take care of your baby "down there."