Cantras (starlitsiren) wrote in thequestionclub,
Cantras
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Morbid:

I remember hearing that 2/3 of pregnancies miscarry before 6 weeks- so, some before the woman's even realised she's knocked up.
And I've also been told that ~2 months, a fetus is roughly the size of a jelly bean.
(These facts might both have been made up by the people I heard them from, i admit.)

So... at what point in time does a fetus become visually distinguishable from a menstruation-y blood clot?
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