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Where does a baby get its food from in the mothers womb?

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The developing baby (the fetus) gets its nutrition and oxygen from the mother through the umbilical chord; this chord is connected to the baby in the place of the belly button, where the nutrition enters the baby's intestines so that it is absorbed into their blood. The other end is attached to the placenta; it transfers all the nutrition and oxygen the baby needs from the mother.
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How does a baby get oxygen from the mother when its in her womb?

The baby receives oxygen from the red blood cells which are carried through the placenta from the mother to the child. The un-oxygenated blood cells then return to the mother

How does a baby get food when it is inside the womb?

The baby receives oxygen and food from the mother's bloodstream through the uterus and the umbilical cord. Neither the lungs nor the digestive system are functional before bir
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Can babies hears when they are in their mother womb?

Once the ears are fully developed, muffled noises probably can be heard, but the part of the brain responsible for long term memory (memory longer than 20 minutes old) isn't f