Pregnancy

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A miscarriage
The mother looses the baby, this happens up to 24 weeks (6 months) after then it's called a stillbirth.
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A stillbirth
When the mother gives birth to the baby but the baby has died in the womb.
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The affects of drinking alcohol when pregnant
A still birth, born with low weight, born with a small head, a small baby, facial abnormalities and FAS
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FAS (Fetal alcohol syndrome)
This is caused by the mother drinking while being pregnant with the baby. This can cause multiple problems with the baby such as a small head, organ dysfunction, behavioral problems and many more.
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Ectopic pregnancy
The fertilised egg is implanted in another place other than the uterus, this causes the woman to be in a lot of pain and not enough space for the baby to grow properly.
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Taking drugs while being pregnant
The baby came become addicted to the drug and have withdrawal symptoms when outside the womb.
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Smoking
Stillbirth, low birth weight, instant death syndrome, learning difficulties and a damaged placenta
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Twins
This is caused by the fertilised egg dividing and becoming two different cells.
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When the mother gives birth to the baby but the baby has died in the womb.

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A stillbirth

Card 3

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A still birth, born with low weight, born with a small head, a small baby, facial abnormalities and FAS

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Card 4

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This is caused by the mother drinking while being pregnant with the baby. This can cause multiple problems with the baby such as a small head, organ dysfunction, behavioral problems and many more.

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Preview of the back of card 4

Card 5

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The fertilised egg is implanted in another place other than the uterus, this causes the woman to be in a lot of pain and not enough space for the baby to grow properly.

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