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 born.
Baby grows inside the womb (uterus). On the wall of womb is placenta. Between the placenta and the baby's navel (umbilicus) is a cord that takes blood to and from the baby (foetus) for its nourishment.
Otherwise it can not grow into a baby. It will get no nutrients from a placenta and will be a miscarriage.
The uterus does not come out. However, the placenta does (following the same path the baby did).
The baby is not in mom's stomach as such, rather it is in a separate place in her tummy called her 'uterus'. The baby is attached to the wall of the uterus with a placenta. From the placenta leads a cord to the baby's tummy (where your tummy button is) and food from mom's blood passes across the placenta to the baby while it is growing in mom's uterus.
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.
The placenta is some times called the 'after birth' as it is expelled from the uterus after the baby is born.
The uterus is where the baby grows in the uterus
it seperates while you are giving birth to your baby
it means that a baby is devloping cool
The umbilical cord is attached to the belly of the baby in one end and in the other end it's attached to the placenta where the baby get the nourishment from. The placenta is attached to the uterus wall.
sometimes a placenta can have abnormal growth and attachment to the uterus (the growth can penetrate deeply into the muscle of the uterus) and this can cause the placenta to stay attached. This is not the norm. Usually a placenta is superficially attached to the muscle of the uterus and easily detaches after a baby is born
the placenta. the placenta grows inside the mothers uterus with the umbilical cord attached to it adn the baby. after the baby is born his end of the cord gets cut off, and the mother delivers the placenta and the remaning connected cord. the placenta is the only organ in the body that is grow and disposable.