dr fetus seed

Any good seeds you guys came across?

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User Info: FerretDruid

Pyromaniac + Kamikaze on first/second floor. Needs to be on Hard mode. Pretty sure all seeds have different results based on difficulty, which would explain why people see a lot of seeds not working.

User Info: NoPayneNoGain

Ipecac in the first treasure room, Dr Fetus in the second. The synergy makes you shoot out a Bob’s Head that does a mega explosion, explodes on contact and doesn’t damage you when you’re caught in the blast. Lucked out and got this on a . run.

User Info: 16wongmc1
User Info: 16wongmc1

2940 fd7m-play as eden (flying and goes through rock)

rq7hkgqs-play as eden (explosive shots)

B496 ME27- eden (explosive shots and invincibility item but only 1 heart)

2ANP 57JE- eden (fly and boom box) first level: little brimstone and ball of bandages. second level: poison tears, magic scab. third level:

P2M7 K7KG- eden (temporary invinciblility, map) level1: ipepac (explosive shots)

CAZK 4XXK-eden (jump, the eating bug, wheel of fortune) level 1: stem cells, toothpicks level 2: technology, safety pin level 3: spelunky hat

A4F8 S93X- eden (ipeac explosive tears, bombs are key, horse thing which levitates), level 1: bob’s curse

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Dr fetus seed

It’s a date!

Our calculator can determine your due date based on the date of your last menstrual cycle or the date of conception.

The embryonic stage begins

Your baby-to-be is now an embryo. Over the next six weeks, its nervous system, connective tissue, and organs will start to develop.

Consider carrier screening

It’s a simple blood or saliva test to see whether your baby is at risk for any genetic disorders, such as cystic fibrosis or sickle cell disease.

36 weeks to go!

You’re in your first month

Baby development at 4 weeks

Your little embryo

Your embryo consists of two layers called the hypoblast and the epiblast, from which all of your baby’s organs will begin to develop over the next six weeks. This is the time when she’ll be most vulnerable to anything that might interfere with her development.

Your baby is about the size of a poppy seed

Primitive placenta

Your embryo’s outer cells are tunneling into the lining of your uterus. Spaces form within this layer for your blood to flow into so that you’ll be able to provide nutrients and oxygen to your growing baby.

Amniotic sac and yolk sac

The amniotic sac contains amniotic fluid and will enclose your baby and cushion her as she grows. The yolk sac will produce your baby’s first red blood cells and blood vessels.

See what fraternal twins look like in the womb this week.

Pregnancy symptoms during week 4

No symptoms?

Don’t worry. Many women don’t feel anything yet this week. In fact, most early pregnancy symptoms don’t start until about 6 weeks.

Tender, swollen breasts

Breast tenderness can be one of the earliest signs of pregnancy. It usually starts around 4 to 6 weeks and lasts through the first trimester.


For many women, exhaustion is one of the first signs of pregnancy. But other women hardly seem to slow down at all.

Nausea or vomiting

Morning sickness can strike at any time of day. It usually starts around 6 weeks of pregnancy but can begin as early as 4 weeks. Some women have cramping as well.

Basal body temperature stays high

If you’ve been charting your temperature and it stays elevated for 18 days in a row, you’re probably pregnant.

Pregnancy checklist at 4 weeks pregnant

Take a pregnancy test

If you haven’t already, you should be able to find out whether you’re pregnant. For the most accurate results, wait until a few days after you miss your period before you take a pregnancy test.

Make a prenatal appointment

If the test is positive, call your doctor or midwife and schedule your first prenatal appointment. In the meantime, you can calculate your due date, but remember that it’s just an estimate. You’re just as likely to go into labor any day during the two weeks before or after.

Get help if you’ve been trying for a while

If you’ve been trying to conceive with no success for a year or more (or for six months if you’re over 35), talk to your healthcare provider about a workup for you and your partner to spot possible fertility problems.

At 4 weeks, your baby is the size of a poppy seed. Use our week-by-week guide to learn about what to expect, baby development, and symptoms at 4 weeks pregnant.