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Placenta

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Placenta is the organ that attaches itself to the uterus during the earliest stages of pregnancy. It provides blood, oxygen, and nourishment to the fetus while also allowing a way for waste to exit the baby's blood as well.

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The main function of placenta in pregnancy isto supply your baby with sufficient nourishment. Generally it isfound to evaluate around one-sixth of your newborn's weight. Every minute during the pregnancy,approximately about 550 ml of blood gets pushed into the uterus toreplace enough nutrients...
from the chorion frondosum of the fetus and the decidua basalis of the mother.
During pregnancy two harmones are secreted by placent.once placenta established it starts secreting progestrone harmone which maitains the pregnancy.Another haromne placental lectogen harmone is secreted which combined with LTH stimulates mammary development in prepration for lactation.
Hask Placenta is made from sheep placenta. It is a protein diet for damaged hair and promotes strong, healthy hair.
No, they are not. The umbilical cord is an actual cord that connects the baby to the placenta. The placenta is the lining of the uterus that is developed over the course of the pregnancy. The placenta is a "filter" through which the baby's food and oxygen is delivered via the umbilical cord. Once...
Two - 1 artery and 2 veins
Don't worry about it.That's natures way.
Yes, when rats are born they each come attached to their own placenta, which the mother then licks off and eats. There is one placenta for each baby rat, but if the mother rat doesn't expel the placenta it can rot inside her and make her sick even to the point of death. Baby rats are connected to...
Oh my god, 212 months pregnant? That is definitely too long. A normal pregnancy lasts only 9 months. 212 months, that is more than 17 years!!! Incredible!!!
Umbilical cord avulsion means that the cord has been separated from the placenta proper. Usually this occurs when there is too much tension imparted on the cord during the delivery of the placenta, also known as the third stage of labor. Management would require manual extraction of the placenta, an...
In the UK, a 15 y o pregnant girl is unlikely to be locked up.
to check infections and bleeding
The placenta acts as the lungs for the fetus.
the umbilical cord
For nine months the placenta feeds and nourishes the fetus while also disposing of toxic waste.
No. Neither should a vaginal ultrasound be done. There is a significant risk of damaging the placenta.
it provides the baby with oxygen and nutrients and passes carbon dioxide back to the mother.
The placenta is an organ that connects the developing fetus to the uterine wall to allow nutrient uptake, waste elimination and gas exchange via the mother's blood supply. (Wikipedia) . For the source and more detailed information concerning your request, click under the related links section ...
There is a CD by the name of Garbha Sanskar by Shri Balaji Tambe that has mantras for pregnant women and the baby. Hope this helps.
you will die and never have sex again
Answer . no, if you are wondering that for drugs, they will test you and the baby
Yes, pregnant women can have honey. Just like anything, don't have it in excess. Babies cannot have honey- as in, babies that have already been born. Their digestive system doesn't fully eliminate honey as grown ups bodies do and bacteria can build up in their intestines. However, if you are a...
No, only mammals which develop inside the mother's womb depend on aplacenta for their growth, and therefore have an umbilical cord.(There is no umbilical cord involved in the development of thosefew mammals who lay eggs or whose babies develop in the mother'spouch.) Since birds are hatched from eggs...
Delivering the placenta is the last (3rd) stage of childbirth. This last step can take anywhere from 5 - 20 minutes after the baby is born. The mother will experience mild contractions that separate the placenta from the uterus and push it down the birth canal. Many women don't feel these...
The umbilical cord will be cut 7 inches apart from mother and baby with the use of a bondage scissor.The umbical cord of the baby will be milk towards the baby so that the remaining blood will get inside his body then it will be clamped not more than 1 inch.Cleanse with betadine and 70% alcohol.
During pregnancy, the placenta attaches itself to the uterus to provide the developing fetus blood, oxygen, and nourishment as well as removing waste from your baby. The placenta may implant itself at a low position in the uterus, during the early stages of pregnancy. Normally, as the uterus begins...
It is a normal case and no need to worry for that. Anterior means the placenta is attached on the front side in the uterus.
You can use it to transfer small amounts of powerful stem cells from person to person. As for blood, I'd assume yes (because that's where the stem cells are located). However, do not quote me on that
The fetus is attached to the placenta by the umbilical cord.
You try to burp the baby. Either put the baby directly under your shoulder with their head on the top of your shoulder, and gently pat their back. You can also sit down and lay your child, stomach side down, on your thighs. Make sure their head is supported but their legs can hang down. When patting...
Answer . it serveves the much needed flexibility
by resting and not doing anything for a wile until you have your next sonogram or doctors apoitment and ask them
Extremely dangerous. I miracously survived one in o6 along w my son. You should have a team of specialists present at birth. Ready to repair any organ that it may have grown into and possibly you might need blood transfusions for hemoraging complications so look into family donating blood. Contact...
yes, the placenta is edible.
it permits the passage of nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the fetus.
2 to 4 cm away from the baby's belly as if too short and the cord is needed to help resusitate baby later, the umbilical vein couldn't be used.
An anterior placenta meants is located in front of ur uterus it. It a normal thing tho it just means that ur egg was fertilize there. And for your baby it should be no problem some womens just have difuculty feeling the baby kick im 24 weeks n my placenta is anterior and me and husband feel him kick...
\nPlacenta spuria--placental tissue that has no connection tot he main placenta.\n. \nPlacenta succenturiate--additional lobe of placental tissue only slightly connected to the main placenta.\n. \nneither of these is an indication for a cesarian. However, the delivering doctor needs to be aware of...
The placenta is connected to the fetus and that is then receiving oxygen from the mother, and both lungs and placenta helps you breathe.
Trophoblast cells. Form about 2 weeks into the pregnancy
First of all, are you serious? Secondly, whatever floats your boat.
Third step placental period from after baby is born until the placenta comes out.
When umbilical cord isnt attached to the placenta is the baby ok
The process of labor and birth is divided into three stages: The first stage begins with the onset of contractions that cause progressive changes in your cervix and ends when your cervix is fully dilated. This stage is divided into two phases: early (or latent) and active labor. During early labor...
Via the umbilical vein which connects to the placenta in the womb of the host mother.
The placenta, or after birth, or third stage of labor, can be as big as a piece of fruit (when healthy) and weigh over one pound (again, when healthy). It does not particularly hurt to deliver the placenta during the third stage of labor, especially in comparison to delivering a baby.
Small microbes like illnesses can get through it and smoking, drugs and alcohol can get through as well.
An umbilical cord is made out of the same stuff that a baby is madeout of, it contains blood vessels.
Without a doubt water. All living beings need water for survival as biochemical raections within the cell are carried out in an aqueus medium. The only possible benefit that watering a plant with milk could have would be to provide Caclium; Calcium is required in such small amounts for plant...
The mesoderm makes up the placenta.
Gestational diabetes affects the mother only after the baby's body has been formed. So no birth defects, but babies may develop low blood glucose and breathing difficulty. The placenta supports the baby as it grows. Hormones from the placenta help the baby develop. But these hormones also block...
Yes it is poisonous if you it and swallow it.
The placenta is a very important organ which develops during pregnancy that attaches itself to the uterine wall. It is the organ that stores nutrients and allows for gas exchange (carbon dioxide and oxygen) to occur between the mother and growing fetus. The umbilical cord grows out of the placenta...
During normal pregnancies, particularly during the later half of it, it is suggested that women do not lift anything heavier than a gallon of milk or anything to large to be carried comfortably (and not awkwardly). With placenta previa, this weight should be even less than a gallon of milk, and...
The placenta has the job of taking everything from your body that the baby needs (ie: oxygen from the blood, nutrients, etc) and filters it out... the umbilical cord carries these 'needs' to the baby so he/she can grow healthy :)
Only identical (monozygotic) multiples share a placenta (and not all of those). If two or more of the sextuplets are monozygotic, those may share a placenta, with their fraternal siblings having their own. If by some astronomical odds a monozygotic - sextuplet pregnancy was possible I cannot imagine...
The placenta was form from decidua basalis.
The Placenta provides nutrients, oxygen, helps protect your baby from infections, and also discards of waste produced by your baby.
The placenta is packed with many important nutrients that are beneficial for you after giving birth, as that is a time of great change for your body. Also, if you are breastfeeding, it is important to put many of the nutrients that you may have lost during birth back in your body. There are...
When having a miscarriage you have to see a doctor. many women need a D&C, scraping of the uterus, so everything comes out. Often it will not come out on it´s own.
it means that a baby is devloping. cool
My twin sister and I were born 9/11/41. The Dr. Traywick told my mother that we would be identical, because we were on a Y-shaped cord or connected cord. He had delivered hundreds of babies in that little west Texas town. But we were not identical, as anyone could see even in baby pictures. She...
no, the umbilical cord is the babies lifeline essentially. it provides the food, vitamins, and oxygen the baby needs to survive.
This is because their is no receptor to facilitate IgM on the placenta. IgM is too big is a common, and wrong misconception.
If you have a placenta that is in the lower part of the uterus, there is a serious risk of haemorrhage either before labour or, most certainly, during it. It is a risk both to a mother's life and the baby's if not medically managed. However, placentas that appear low at this stage of pregnancy...
I am assuming you do not know how a placenta looks like. It's not just a thin cord. It's pretty large, not something you can easily forget to "remove". I can't imagine a doctor forgetting to remove that. And if the doctor does forget, the patient will lose a lot of blood, and then would probably die...
Answer . Fraternal (non-identical) do not share the same placenta as they are two babies formed from two eggs and two sperm. If they implant close together they may appear to be one placenta, but they are not.. Identical twins formed from one egg and one sperm may split at any stage from the two...
Answer . \nI have never heard of that, but it sounds bad. You should either go to the emergency room, or make a doctor's appointment if you are not too worried.. Answer . Abruptio (ab-RUP-she-oh) placentae (pla-SEN-tee), also called placental abruption, occurs when the placenta breaks away from...
The endometrium begins to form shortly after the fertilized egg (blastocyst) implants into the uterine wall (endometrium). This typically occurs 3-4 days after fertilization. After implantation, the endometrium is called the Decidua, and basalis is the portion directly under the blastocyst. The...
Respiration, circulation, nutrition, and the provision of hormones of the endocrime system are functions of the placenta during embryo development and the growth of the fetus.
The placenta averages 22 cm (9 inch) in length and 2-2.5 cm (0.8-1 inch) in thickness (greatest thickness at the center and become thinner peripherally). It typically weighs approximately 500 grams (1 lb). It has a dark reddish-blue or maroon color.
One function of the placenta is to permit passage of nutrients andoxygen from the mother to the baby
First of all, retained placental fragments would not be a called a complication if it didn't cause any harm to your body. It is a complication of labour that happens during the third stage. It can cause postpartum hemorrhage especially during the first 24 hours post delivery. It can also cause an...