Yes and No. During the normal course of a pregnacy, No. The mothers and babies blood does not mix or circulate together. The umbilical cord attaches to the placenta. The placenta is the "container" that keeps the baby "isolated" from the mother. The fetal blood flows through the baby, out the umbilical cord to the placenta and no further.
The placental membrane separates maternal blood from fetal blood.
Oxygen and nutrients in the maternal blood in the intervillous spaces diffuse through the walls of the villi and enter the fetal capillaries. (this unfortunately means that bad things like alcohol and drugs diffuse through the membrane, also.)
Carbon dioxide and waste products diffuse from blood in the fetal capillaries through the walls of the villi to the maternal blood in the intervillous spaces.
Just like the walls of your own digestive system, the food you eat does not come into direct contact with your blood, but the nutients get into your blood and are transferred to all parts of your body. Now for the Yes part of the answer. Certain circumstances can cause them to mix, like miscarriage, abortion, and birth. This is when diseases can be transmitted, or problems with blood RH incompatibility can occur, but that's a whole other WikiSubject.
Not under normal conditions
no because of the placenta
No, the mothers and fetus blood supplies do not mix because some babies are born with different blood types to the mothers and mixing the two different blood types could be deadly to the baby.
They do not mix in a normal pregnancy. They exchange elements through the placenta.
False. The mothers blood flows through the placenta in vessels next to the foetal blood that flows in separate vessels. Oxygen and nutrients can flow from the mothers blood into the foetus' blood and carbon dioxide and waste products can flow from the foetus' blood to the mother's blood through the vessel membranes, however the two bloods will never actually mix.
yes the bloods can mixed that is why if u are a rhesus negative mother with a rhesus positive baby u will need a jab, because the bloods can mix. hope this helps
Does blood and sterile water mix
You can mix blood and human for a vampire.
The same blood flowing in the body of the mother, flows in the child. So the mothers. As to the bloodtype it will have its own, either the same as one parent or a combination of the two. Mothers with negative blood who have children with positive blood are at greater risk of having a miscarriage. The Mothers blood NEVER comes in direct contact with the developing baby. The mother's blood supplies nutrients to the placenta which transfers nutrients (and oxygen) to the baby's blood.
Can you mix type a blood with type o+
No, they come very close but they never mix
yes it does
what cause my perio blood is mix with slim sfuff
the mothers blood supply enters the fetus via the umbilical cord and allows to diffuse from the the mothers blood into the fetus.
The mother's blood and the embryo's blood do not mix freely. The placenta allows for the diffusion of oxygen and nutrients, but does not allow the actual blood to mix.
Because the mother's blood also carries the wastes that comes out of the baby's blood soo if the blood does mix it could hurt the baby.
The baby has its own blood, which genetically is a combination of its mom's and its dad's.
your babies blood can.. not your blood nothing in the mothers blood indicates the child's gender
If type O and O mix can they have a baby with B