Watching an unborn baby move around in the womb can be a life-changing experience.
An astonishing new video circulating around the internet shows an MRI of a 20-week unborn baby. The video shows amazing details of the unborn baby’s movements as she turns her head, kicks, wiggles around and repositions herself in the cramped space. Looking closely, people also can see the baby’s heartbeat.
This is the most detailed MRI scan of a preborn baby. The amazing video shows a child at 20 weeks moving around, turning her head, and kicking. The child's beating heart can also be seen.
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The video comes from Channel Mum, a parenting blog in the UK. More than 300,000 people have watched it online so far.
The unborn baby’s image is especially significant right now as U.S. lawmakers debate a bill to prohibit abortions after 20 weeks. The Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act passed the U.S. House last year and awaits action in the U.S. Senate. President Donald Trump promised to sign the bill.
By 20 weeks, strong scientific evidence indicates unborn babies can feel pain. Their major organs are functioning, and they have their own unique fingerprints. They can suck their thumbs, yawn and perform other motions much like a born baby. At this stage, unborn babies are almost fully formed and are approaching the point of viability. The youngest premature baby to survive was 21 weeks and 4 days, according to the journal Pediatrics.
Videos like this one are making a difference for life in America. Thanks to these modern medical advances, people are discovering that unborn babies are unique, valuable human beings who deserve to be protected.
Source: Life News