Yes she did, she had a baby boy but it die inside her belly.
The Baby doesn't get in belly, its just that its starts its life from there. Its grows from a single cell fertilized egg to a multicellular, multi organ baby inside.
The belly is big because inside is the baby growing
Because there is a baby inside you it has grown for 9 months and your belly needs to be able to carry it
Yes, of course! It is a mammal, like humans and the baby(s) grows inside the mother's belly.
the egg cells job is to make the baby inside of the woman's belly
The baby creates skin in the belly due to the baby fat associated with pregnancy.
After you deliver the placenta (baby's bed when inside your belly). you can see how amazing natura creation is.
It takes 63 days after a mother cat is pregnant to have her kittens.
No, the baby is supplied with food in its blood via the placenta, the placenta is connected to the mother's blood supply and the baby's food gets to it from the mothers blood.
Yes. There is strong anecdotal evidence that not only can babies hear inside the womb, but that this is the beginning of bonding child to mother, and can be a form of bonding with the father (if he talks to the child regularly). There is also evidence that prenates can be affected in different ways by different types of music.
No, because they don't carry their young in their belly and so they don't need an umbilical cord to feed them nourishment. They lay the egg and the baby and nourishment is insIDE the shell.
Because the baby inside of you is growing. What you eat goes to your baby. The stomach acts much like a balloon if you blow air into it. If it didn't the baby wouldn't have anywhere to grow and babys also move while inside the stomach.
Because the baby has a high risk of dying inside the others vagina and the baby does not grow in the mothers belly it is grown in the vagina.
The belly button stick out during pregnancy because when the baby is inside the uterus (womb) then there is a connection(in the tubular form) for the gas exchange and food that is known as placenta.when a woman is not pregnant the its belly stick in or slightly stick out and when the woman is pregnant then the baby baby become bigger gradully due to this the delly button stick out during pregnancy.
Her stomach will grow due to the baby inside of her belly, and her boobs may feel bigger as well.
Loud music is not harmful. Playing loud music is definitely not recommended, but it isn't harmful. There have been no known problems.
No. All fetuses start off as a cell which is called an egg. But human babies are not inside an egg like baby chickens are when chicks are born. Human babies do not need a shell, because the mommy's belly gives the fetus protection for the entire time. Chicks must grow inside the egg shell but outside of their mommy's belly.
no you dont have a umbilical cord you have a belly button your baby dose not have a belly button yet the umbilical cord attaches to the baby at its belly after its born the umbilical cord is cut giving the baby its belly button. However don't have your belly button pierced while you are pregnant as you will have to take the bar (or whatever) out towards the end.
A veterinarian can diagnose what is wrong with the lizard's belly.
Not as such , no. It may flatten and even turn inside out while you are pregnant, and a baby newborn may have a little bump from a hernia, but once the Mom delivers her belly button will go back to normal, and the baby's hernia will usually disappear when she starts trying to sit up (doing baby ab crunches).
Yes. She can sleep like that. The baby is inside the pelvis by this time, well protected by bones.
The life cycle of a manta (i think) goes something like this: A male and a female manta mate. A baby manta egg is "growing" (if u catch my meaning) inside the mother manta's belly. The egg hatches (still inside the mothers belly) The baby is born (it is rolled up like a tube so its wings are folded in) The baby's wings unfurl and the manta becomes "active" The manta is still a baby but in 4 months he/she will be an adult! Hope that helps!
No, pushing on your belly will not harm your baby.