Does it hurt when a mother is giving birth to a baby?
Yes IT hurts a lot but it's a pain that's worth it because you have a baby to love at the end of it! You soon forget the pain otherwise mothers would only have one child.
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An epidural can't totally take everything away, usually the midwife or dr will let it wear off a little when it's time to push so that you can push effectively. If you cant pu…sh well and spend too long without any progress then the baby can get distressed and you might end up having to have forcepts or even a c-section. Pushing isn't as bad as contractions before an epidural though because you can actually do something with the pain.
if its a syrian hamster 16-20 days. dwarf hammy 18-21 days and you never no it might not be 16-20 or 18-21 days happened to me ****good luck****
Does usually give birth to 2-10 kits in one litter. However, there might be one unlucky runt though.
The birth of a baby koala is non-eventful. Female koalas give birth high up in eucalyptus trees, in relative safety. As koalas are marsupials, their young are extremely small …at birth - about the size of a bean - and they then make their way by instinct, and lured by the smell of mothers' milk, to the rear-facing pouch. Here, the joey latches onto a teat which swells in its mouth, securing it in place for the next few months while it continues its development.
Due to extra evolution speed it is also depends on a woman's diet.
no they are not they are born alive
Yes. Blood type is the common product of three different alleles: Co-dominant I A , and I B , and the recessive i. If the mother has blood type O, she has the alleles ii.… Her offspring will have blood type A if the father donates an I A allele. For this, he must be blood type A (I A I A or I A i) or AB (I A I B ) Read more: http://wiki.answers.com/Q/What_cross_could_produce_a_child_with_blood_type_A#ixzz1tMNPZqBC
No, he has no right to decide over her body at all and has no legal right to decide over the child until the child is born and paternity has been established.
no giving birth to the baby is much worse as the baby is bigger, the placenta just slides out is actually in my exsperience a relief that its all over and have your beautiful …child in your arms!!
A mother hawk doesn't give birth to a baby hawk, it lays eggs. The baby hawk (as with birds in general) grows inside the egg and then hatches from the egg, which the hawk has …been sitting on for a long peroid of time to keep the egg warm as the baby hawk grows inside the egg.
no because you should not because different hamsters breast feed
In Animal Life
Many animals do this, hoping the babies can get away instead of being eaten along with her. I've seen many insects lay their eggs at the last moment as well.
Usually, only a single young is born, but twins sometimes occur.
mother's milk . bathing . transportation . hunting training . etc.