Dario Furnari1,2,4,5,7,8*, Nadya Khan3, Melissa Delaney1, Margaret Cerna1,5, Khaled Hamlaoui1, Sebastien Lagree1,2, Amy Peace1,2, Megan Owens1,2, Shanee Lee Scott1,2, Tonja Latham Gustin1,2, Tanya Crowle1,2, Susana Sanchez1, Aliaksandra Eyring1, Elena Talyanova1, Monika Milczarek4, Abdulrahim Aljayar1, Juan Jose Ariet1, Himanshu Tiwari1, VV Manjula Kumari1, Vladislav Melnik1, Heather Perren1,2, Timothy Lee1, Michael Cochard1, Sandy Wanna1, Sergey Petrov1,7, Mia M Michel1,2, Daniel Hamilton1, Clarice Santos1, Charlie Peebles6, Chutima Halg1, Erik Dalton1, Laura Goncalves1,8, Angela Maria Kunrath1,8, Roberto Simon Luna1,2 and Maria Sol Rodriguez1,2
1Department of Digital One - Next Generation, Italy
2Department of Lagree Studio, USA, Los Angeles, USA
3Department of Pharmacology, College of Medicine and Health Sciences, UAEU
4Department Monroe Medical, UK
5Kimec Institute, USA
6Indiana State University, USA
7Lotus Academy, Ukraine
8Instituto Tecnico Superior De Formarcion Integral, Paraguaya
*Corresponding Author: Dario Furnari, Department of Digital One - Next Generation, Italy.
Received: September 21, 2022 Published: November 18, 2022
Pregnancy is a physiological condition in which the woman who conceived and leads into womb a new individual, developing. Pregnancy begins with fertilization and ends with childbirth. The diagnosis is based on amenorrhea, the presence of vomiting and nausea, the increase in volume of the uterus and on the pregnancy test. Fertilization occurred in the part of the tuba piùclose to the ovary, with the penetration of the sperm into the egg cell, the development of the conception that takes place in the womb through 3 stages (40 weeks).
Citation: Dario Furnari., et al. “Pregnancy and Psychomotricity". Acta Scientific Pharmacology 3.12 (2022): 04-07.
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