Does a four month baby stamp its feet inside the mothers tummy?
You can start feel the fetus move at 4 months but I wouldn't call it stamping.
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You might be able to get a few dollars for it from someone lookingfor World War 2 memorabilia. Book 4 was a sort of catch all forthings like tires and shoes and not one used often. A few dollars to the right collector. Everyone that lived in the USwas issued ration books, so they are pretty common.… Finding onewith a lot of stamps left in it is much harder. That would meanthat the person didn't use their stamps to buy goods. ( Full Answer )
Answer . Everything essential for life is supplied from mother to baby through the umbilical cord.. Answer . Babies don't breathe while they're in the womb. It's impossible for a fetus to drown. Organs don't start developing until a few months in. The lungs, even when fully developed, don't e…xpand until after birth. That's why women can give birth underwater and the baby won't drown. ( Full Answer )
It takes 24 months for the young to fully develop and be ready to join us in the world.
i dont know. when they did my ultrasound, i saw the babys tummy inflate and diflate ====== Babies in the uterus (womb) don't breathe as we know it as they are enclosed in a sac of fluid. Their lungs "breathe" in this fluid and then "breathe" it out. They also swallow and excrete this fluid (amnio…tic fluid). You can see this on an ultrasound scan. When the baby passes through the birth canal (vagina) at delivery, the fluid is "squeezed" out and when the baby is born, they take a breath of air and normal breathing takes place. Sometimes the baby needs to have some left over fluid cleared from their nose and mouth after a normal (vaginal) delivery. They will always have their nose and mouth cleared by suction after a C Section as they don't have it squeezed out during delivery. Hope this helps. ( Full Answer )
Yes, you can. There are guide lines that you must follow. Contact your local Childrens services office for information.
its called an embilical cord and it is what keeps the baby alive by transfering food, liquid, blood and oxygen.
One, but it must be the correct value for the size and weight of the packet.. Just one. I think that five pieces of paper requires two, but four should be ok with just one.
Complications that can affect the unborn baby vary, depending on how many weeks pregnant you are when you catch chickenpox. The risk of chickenpox during pregnancy is that the infant may contract it. If the mother develops her chickenpox rash between 6 and 21 days before delivery, her baby's case is… likely to be mild and require no treatment. But if the mother's rash develops later - from 5 days before to 2 days after delivery - and no steps are taken to shield her fetus, the newborn has a 25 percent chance of getting chickenpox between 5 and 10 days after birth. It might be severe: Up to 30 percent of infected babies die if not treated. ( Full Answer )
the woman could have one of two procedures done: an amniocentesis, or a CVS (chorionic villi sampling). but, most likely neither of these tests would be performed as early into the pregnancy as 4 weeks. amniocentesis is usually performed 15 to 18 weeks into a pregnancy. CVS is usually performed 10 t…o 12 weeks into a pregnancy. also, both of these procedures are invasive, and very costly. i can't imagine any insurance company paying for either test if it's merely to decide who the biological father is. these procedures are used to determine if the fetus has a terrible disease/disorder, etc. the best option still is, both health-wise for the baby and mother, and financially, waiting till after birth and having a DNA test done. all it takes to do a DNA test is to swab the inside of the cheek for saliva, and costs very little money compared to other invasive pre-birth procedures. ( Full Answer )
A baby gets oxygen from the it mother from theplacenta also food goes through to the baby and the waste products eg. (carbon doxide) gets passed from the baby to the mother and is mixed in with the mothers waste products..
What if your mother will born baby this month what do she need to do to be both of them will be safe?
Your mother will born baby this month what do she need to do to be both of them will be safe? .
Do you mean four months of pregnancy? It is more or less as it will look when it is born, just a whole lot smaller. YOu can just about tell whether it is a boy or a girl.
Gestation periods differ. In hamsters it is 6 - 8 weeks, with humans about 9 months. Elephants 2 years
f it was after 24 weeks it would be a stillborn baby so the mother would have to be induced into labour and give birth to it. If it died before it was 24 weeks then it would be classed as a misscarraige but the mother may have to still give birth.x
The organ is know as uterus - I suggest you Google any questions related to our anatomy
It takes about 11 months for the baby colt to be fully grown and that is when the baby is born. But they are usually born at night. .
Miscarriages happen all the time. There are many different causes, and often there is no medical way to find the cause.
The baby is mostly active starting around 4months, when you will feel like there are bubbles or butterflies dancing in your stomach. These kicks get harder as days pass.
This is called a 'miscarrage.' This will usually happen when the mother is smoking or drinking while pregnant. If this happens, then you will have to try to have another baby.
Yes it can move, but that does not mean you will feel it. It is still floating freely in your uterus and not strong enough or big enough to make any movements you will feel.
hi,. Im five months pregnant and only started to feel the baby kick in the lower abdomen about 18 - 19 weeks into pregnancy, it feels like gas bubble popping in the lower part of your stomach, it all depends on you everyones different, dont worry it just happens later for some people, hope this hel…ped xxxx ( Full Answer )
Getting into a collision accident will sometimes do it. . Overuse of medications. . Overuse of alcohol or drugs. . Smoking overuse. . Certain genetic disorders.
No. A baby is not viable until 24 weeks. Then they have a chance to save them, no guarantees.
A miscarriage at 1 month will probably pass itself, and you will barely notice it (whether you even knew you were pregnant when it happened is also unlikely). If you were, or think you were, pregnant and are concerned with having had a miscarriage, you should visit your doctor. They can confirm whet…her or not you are or were pregnant and possibly whether the embryo is still there. ( Full Answer )
In a normal healthy pregnancy the time taken from conception to birth is 40 weeks.
The period that a baby spends in its mother's womb developing and growing, is called the gestation period. In human beings, the gestation period is 9 months.
Normally 9 months from conception. To work out the expected date of birth, take the first date of your last period, add 10, minus 3 and add one year. Example: 01/04/2009 = 11/01/2010.
it depends it can be 9 months or 0 months and 2 weeks but after 2 weeks the babies have to be born
Babies come out of a mommy's tummy through a C-Section.... Alsoknown as a Cesarean Section which is a surgical procedure in whichone or more incisions are made through a mother's stomach anduterus to deliver the baby.
You should really speak to your dr about this. Either the heartbeat was missed or the baby is deceased.
40 weeks, so 10 months. Although ur technically not pregnant until the 4th week of pregnancy. so 9 months 1 eeks, unless u have it early. A baby is considered full term and not premature at 37 weeks gestation. 10 months Human fetus's stay in the mother's womb anywhere from 8 - 10 months, optimally a…round 9 months. At an average of 9 months, each month containing roughly 4 weeks, a baby will stay in its mother's womb for about 38 weeks. 9 months. ( Full Answer )
Never. Babies do not EVER enter the mother's stomach; they grow in the womb (also called the uterus) and they usually stay there for 9 months, give or take several days, although babies have been known to survive when born after only 22 weeks.
First of all, babies stay in the mothers uterus (if they were inthe stomach, they would be dissolved). The gestation period (timeof pregnancy) of a tiger is 104-106 days.
This is a very strange question; I'm not entirely sure what you mean, but I will answer this as closely to what you mean as possible. Infants are life- they are living beings and are supplied with nutrients from their mother through the placenta and umbilical cord; the umbilical cord leads directly… to the fetus' small intestine, where those nutrients are absorbed into their blood. Their life begins the moment the mother becomes pregnant; this occurs when a sperm cell meets the egg cell and implants itself into the uterine wall. ( Full Answer )
My mother has a friend who is four months pregnant who wants my mom to adopt the baby. My mother hasn't told my father. How should she proceed?
Adoption is a big deal. First step? Your mom needs to talk to her husband about it. Both of them need to be committed to the adoption for it to work. Second: talk to a lawyer about setting up the adoption paperwork; this is more involved than just signing a piece of paper between your parents …and the birth mom. Third: the biological father has to be notified; if you can get his voluntary surrender of parental rights, then great. If not, that's going to be a huge problem for adoption: you can't adopt without getting that done, and the courts are very hesitant to involuntarily terminate someone's parental rights unless there's a problem. Fourth: you need to have everyone on the same page as to birth mom's involvement with the child after the adoption happens. ( Full Answer )
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. How can you tell? 1. If you rub your tummy and your baby stops moving, or slows down, or changes their movement, this might mean they have felt you rubbing! 2. If you tap your tummy and they tap or kick back, then they have definitely felt you! 3. Even if you don't physically feel a…nything, you may feel emotionally that your baby has felt you. Trust your intuition. ( Full Answer )
Yes they can. There are different reasons for it and sometimes there is no explanation. Sometimes women take it as a sign that the baby is not moving much but then you have to remember that the space is getting smaller. Ask your doctor for a ultrasound if you are worried.
First, the male and the female have sexual intercourse. (the male's penis goes into the woman's vagina) The, slowly a baby forms inside the female's uterus. After 9 months or so, the baby is born.
It depends on how far along you are. Most miscarriages occur in the first trimester and then it's either by inducing by pill which can happen at home or by surgery where the doctor will scrape the uterus and make sure nothing is left to cause infection. If it's later in the pregnancy they will also …induce using medicine but then it will be like labor and take place at the hospital. ( Full Answer )
before the baby is born it floats in amniotic fluid which contains nutrients and protects the baby from the inside. it allows the baby to move around so its muscles and bones can develop properly
Emerald Tree Boas will generally stay in their mother's tummy (also known as gestation) for 5-6 months. When they are born they usually have 8-12 brothers and sister (also known as litter size). Emerald Tree Boas can grown to over 5ft in length!
No. As marsupials, kangaroo babies (joeys) develop for only a short time in the mother's uterus, compared to the time they spend in the pouch. There are over 60 species of kangaroos, and gestation ranges from 19 days for the tiny musky rat-kangaroo to about 33-36 days for the kargest species, the r…ed kangaroo. Most of the development of the joey occurs in the pouch, after birth. Young musky rat kangaroo joeys spend about 21 weeks in the pouch, while red kangaroo joeys spend an average of 9 months in the pouch. ( Full Answer )
No. The waste goes through the umbilical cord. Babies have thefirst bowel movement after birth, unless the pregnancy goes onlonger.
Through the umbilical cord! How does someone old enough to use a computer not know this?!
They take a picture with radio waves so can actually see the baby- an ultrasound. Doctors see so many they can tell sex even though low quality images.
If gorillas have the same sort of anatomy as humans, I imagine they get fed through the umbilical cord in the mothers stomach, this would happen when the mother gorilla feeds. This is only if gorillas have the same sort of anatomy as humans go. . Hope this helped!
In most cases, no. They eggs are externally fertilized and hatch in the water. There are a couple species that do grow inside, one example being the Sumerian toad. No, they lay their eggs and have external fertilization.
The joey is in the mother kangaroo's pouch for about eight months (235 days), depending on the species. The young Joey continues to suckle until it is about 12 months old.
This is usually not an immediate health risk to the mother, andtypically labor will begin spontaneously within two weeks or so. If the mother doesn't want to wait, or if labor hasn't startedwithin two weeks, doctors can induce labor to expel the dead fetus.(Doctors don't like to wait much longer th…an that because after twoweeks there's a risk the mother will develop blood clottingproblems.) ( Full Answer )