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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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Answer You probably need to re-word this question. Do you mean if the placenta is over the cervix? If the placenta is over the cervix, then you will have to have a C-section. If that does not answer your question, maybe you could be a little more specific. Take care. Answer If the placenta is…
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hi. im about to tell u my story. tomorrow is my daughters 6th birthday,heart breakingly as she was stillborn due to placenta abruption.This also happened with my first pregnancy,thankfully i have a twelve yr old daughter as she survived. after my first abruption i should have been given advice on fa…
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In circumvallate placenta, the placenta presents with elevated margins because the location as to where the placenta attaches at implantation is too small for the entire placenta to attach causing the placental edges to be loose. The could possibly cause the placenta to function poorly and not suppl…
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Go to the local Police station and ask the front desk officer that question. He/she will be able to tell you the law on that topic.
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This is most likely to be what is called a "Blighted Ovum". This is due to a chromosomal abnormality occurs in the early stages after conception. It is not dangerous usually but you may need a curette if it doesn't abort naturally. A blighted ovum does not contain an embryo and is only the placenta …
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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…
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Answer Actually, the bleeding behind the placenta at 7 weeks gestation is called a "subchorionic" hematoma. This happens sometimes in pregnancies when the fetus attaches to the uterus. This is not necessarily a primary indication of a placental abruption and most pregnancies with subchorionic ble…
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Yes you can.Sometimes the baby dies but you do not 'miscarry' it.Eventually you will probably pass it but sometimes you may need to be induced.Unfortunately this is called a missed abortion.DICTIONARYAbortion. Medical term for termination of pregnancy by any means before the fetus (baby) is able to …
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Answer You cannot always tell. Sometimes the fertilised eggs implant very close together and it looks like one placenta. If the babies are in separate sacs there is probably no need to worry. Your doctor should be able to tell you.
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The egg does not attach to the placenta.The egg implants into the wall of the uterus and grows to form the embryo and later the fetus and placenta (around twelve weeks)
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Water Milk is for mammal consumption. Other than adding calcium to the soil, it doesnt help the plant. Plants naturally seek water in the soil. It could possibly survive in the milk but would like the water better.
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you will die and never have sex again
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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 …
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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 the…
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it means that a baby is devloping cool
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it increases the risk for post partum hemorrhage and infection The person who delivers the placenta should ensure it is complete so this doesn't happen. an operation may be required to remove the remaining placenta.
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Milk is good for soil but can be bad for plants.
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it is where the baby develops
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Answer This following link should help answer your question: http://www.nhsdirect.nhs.uk/articles/article.aspx?articleId=2309 the purpose of a placenta is to clean out all of the exess poop left inside of your bum, its job is to cleanse it out and turn it into nutrients for your baby so it can …
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Also called "Chorioamniotic Seperation", or Placental abruption it is most common in late birth, after 20 weeks. Anything sooner will most likely result in excessive hemmoraging and cause the baby to abort. Late in pregnancy it will require lots of bedrest. Other cases can include only a slight tear…
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The placenta is what develops during pregnancy that connects the mother to the fetus. The placenta provides the baby with oxygen, nutrients, and blood. It also delivers the waste of the fetus to the mother so the mother can expel it.
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I'm pretty sure you can,and then those plants will be classified as "milk-fed".
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I did my science fair project on this. And it turns out that watering plants with milk is not a good idea because it seems to prevent the plant from sprouting. There is fat, protein and some sugar in milk which can be a food source for bacteria. Bacteria spreads quickly and may hurt the plant as it…
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Guest Cycle I-Guest Cycle: · The guest cycle describes the activities that each guest passes by from the moment he/she calls to communicate a reservation inquiry till he/she departs from the hotel. In fact, the guest cycle encompasses 4 different stages, which are depicted in the underneath diagr…
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Both of these
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Identical twins may or may not share the same placenta . Identical twins develop when a fertilized egg splits. Depending on when the split occurs will determine if the twins share a placenta, with either one or two chorions and amnions, or if they each develop their own placentas.
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The placenta has several functions in development of the human embryo. It is an endocrine organ, i.e an organ which secretes hormones from endocrine glands which are ductless. It is involved in the exchange of substances between the maternal and fetal circulation, e.g. glucose, water, inorganic i…
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another name for the uterus is the WOMB
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well supposedly milk is good for the plant soil but will stop the plant from sprouting.:)
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i would not suggest this maybe adding the recommended amount of a fertilizer/plant food though if you want improved growth plants actually like vinegar and other slightly acidic fluids.
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Its a placentation abnormality .Placenta got a fetal site .Fetal site which has a central depression is circumvallate placenta
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It nourishes the embryo.
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WHAT IS THE FUNCTION OF THE PLACENTA?The placenta is the organ that connects the fetus and the mother together. This organ lets the fetus' co2 and waste come out
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Around 12 weeks
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When the Blastocyst goes into the Uterus, a few days after fertilization begins
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1-3 months
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For about 3 months I was having discomfort on the back of my tongue. At some points it was painful but most of the time it was just irritating. It felt as though there was something in the back of my throat I could not swallow. After multiple trips to the Doctor and came up with no answers. This fru…
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A plant will grow best in fertile ground that is covered with soil. Some plants also grow on rocky ground or even in the water.
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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!!!
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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 growth t…
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The job of the Placenta is to feed and nourish the fetus. Whilst also disposing of toxic waste. It feeds the fetus for about nine months. Without out the Placenta the fetus would not survive.The job of a placenta is to keep the birds feathers fry from the rain.
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The placenta was form from decidua basalis.
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The Placenta provides nutrients, oxygen, helps protect your baby from infections, and also discards of waste produced by your baby.
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One function of the placenta is to permit passage of nutrients and oxygen from the mother to the baby
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No. The womb is your uterus. The placenta is what attaches the baby to the umbilical chord and provides the baby with nutrients. During labor the female will expel the placenta after the baby is delivered.
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The only way to tell if your placenta has separated from the uterus it to go to your OBGYN and have them do a sonogram. If your doctor is unavailable, I would go to your local emergency room. I urge you to do this as soon as possible because my first daughter died from this and your baby may be in g…
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afterbirth
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'Lamb placenta skin lotion' in Chinese is 'yang tai pan ru ye' (羊胎盘乳液) or 'yang tai pan mian shuang' (羊胎盘面霜).
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The situation you describe is not a pleasant one, and the possibility that you will miscarry exists. What you're describing is beyond the realm of what you can treat at home. I urge you to contact your doctor ASAP, or go to the Ehergency room. When bleeding is involved, time is of the essence.
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I'm not quite sure how it would ENHANCE oxygen transfer, but hemoglobin itself is what is in blood and is responsible for the carrying of oxygen to different parts of the body. So the hemoglobin in a fetus would just be what is used to get the oxygen from the mothers blood into its blood.
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chain,gain,train,grain,lain,pain.....etc,etc :)
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no they do not. Mammals are divided into three groups; monotremes, marsupials, and placental mammals.
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The placenta grows inside the uterus of a pregnant mother during growth of the unborn fetus. The placenta allows nutrients, wastes, oxygen, carbon dioxide, fluids, hormones, and other substances to pass between the host (pregnant mother) and the fetus without letting their blood streams co-mingle. …
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placenta it is used to create red blood cell
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It means get to the hospital NOW. The placenta separating can mean that you could have a miscarriage if you don't get help to stop it.
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The placenta is an extremely complex piece of biological equipment. A little bit like an artificial kidney (dialysis machine), it allows your blood and the baby''s to come into very close contact without ever mixing
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trophoblasts/chorionic villi and the uterus form the placenta
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One of them is to pass on essential nutrients from the mother to the baby. Nutrient supply. Waste elimination. (The third function is gas exchange.)
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During this period your uterus is stretched to the max. You can feel your body change to fit the baby. Your placenta is at a mature point during the pregnancy.
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The embryo is attached to the placenta by the umbilical cord. This is cut at birth and it is why people have belly buttons. Your belly button is where your umbilical cord used to be.
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well yes that can happen because your body is still giving fluids and nutrients to the placenta. at least that's what iv'e been told by a lot of people!
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For nine months the placenta feeds and nourishes the fetus while also disposing of toxic waste.
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To pass on food, water and oxygen into the baby through the cord.To act as a combination lung, kidney, and stomach. To take waste products from baby to the mum, Also to keep the two blood supplies separate.
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Native Hawaiian people bury the placenta and plant a tree with it. The practice seems to be common to many Pacific peoples. In New Zealand (Aoterearoa) Maori have a name for belonging to a place; they call it their Turangawaiwai, which is also their name for the placenta. It is an increasingly commo…
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anatomy and physiology of abruptio placentae
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The cord does it. 👈💖
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The placenta attaches to the uterus 4-5 days after conception (the sperm and egg meeting). It is fully functional by 12 weeks.
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They don't. Tom Cruise joked that he was going to. He didn't Recipe: from mom rinse placenta, catch water if desired for suntea sever cord at base of cake, flip featl membrane over placenta creating pocket cover steam 15 minutes each side in cast iron or stainless steel pan with water mix of fre…
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Go see your doctor as soon as possible, call them right now. It could be a cervical change that can cause vaginal bleeding. Vaginal bleeding can also be a symptom of ectopic (tubal) pregnancy. Another cause for bleeding during pregnancy is a miscarriage although the first two reasons for bleeding ar…
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Yes. I have had two miscarriages, both at 8 to 9 weeks. The first one, everything came out as one. On the second one, I passed the fetus first then passed the placenta the next time I went to the toilet. The placenta is much bigger.
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ineed the durgs of hypertation --------------------------------------------------------------------------- of coarse this period of embryo is more dangerous as placenta act as barrier for harmful agents , and now this barrier is lost . so, you must seek medical help, to choose the suitable drug fo…
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A Caesarian section, otherwise abbreviated as C-section, is the delivery of a baby through an incision in the womb.
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This condition is called placenta previa and has various grades, from 1 to 4.It depends how far down, if right Dow, cwentrally over the cervix it will probably stay there and the mother wil;l have to be jhospitalised for the latter part of her pregnancy as this is potentially fatal to mother or baby…
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. All three structures are involved in the transfer of nutrients and waste products between the fetus and mother. Blood vessels originating from the allantois (one of the four embryonic membranes) extend into the chorionic villi. The combination of the chorionic villi and the portions of the uterine…
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it work lik a moose giving birth to a water melon cus u can eat the watermelonim an oxford student so dont go aganst my will you pesents!-dolan
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the placenta used to feed the growing baby inside the mothers body The Placenta provides nutrients, oxygen, helps protect your baby from infections, and also discards of waste produced by your baby.
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Placenta Soap is known for its anti-wrinkle and whitening effect. A plant based soap, prevents further wrinkle formation and lightens pigmentation and dark spots.
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Nutrients, oxygen, and disease fighting substances. You're welcome because you don't have to read aye? xD
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Diffusion in pregnancy is the process by which nutrients and wastes are transported via the placenta between mother and baby.
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it's the emberyo because its the blood from the baby is used for the mother so it is very good for a mother to use !
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Harmful substances:- Alcohol- Cigarettes/nicotine- Drugs
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in the womb, which is the uterus. The cervix is the opening (os) to the uterus (womb). The placenta is an organ attached to the uternine wall, and connected to the baby via the umbilical cord. Placenta is what feeds a baby as it is growing. Mothers give birth to the placenta after the baby has been…
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I believe the placenta is directly attached to the uterine wall.
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e placenta refers to the organ that permits food and oxygen to reach the developing organism.
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It means that your placenta is in the front of your uterus. This is not an issue in early pregnancy as the placenta usually moves as pregnancy progresses. If it is still anterior near end of pregnancy it can make you have to have a C-section. Also, it will be harder to feel the baby's kicks and move…
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The decidua basalis portion of the endometrium
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