i dont know thats why i am asking
An unborn baby, commonly called a "fetus", develops in it's mother's uterus (also called a womb).
The baby develops in the uterus or womb.
A mucus membrane is what protects an unborn baby in the uterus.
The hollow, pear-shaped organ in a woman's pelvis. The uterus is where a fetus (unborn baby) develops and grows. Also called womb.
Peeing in the uterus is a common thing and normal for unborn babies. The urine from the fetus is not harmful to the baby or the mother.
Mother will get the Embryo which is an unborn baby in uterus in the early stages of development (up to 8 weeks after fertilization).
A giraffe is a mammal just as humans are and they carry their unborn in a uterus just as humans do. When it is time to birth the baby, it will come out of the vagina.
what do you think. you hold the baby in you uterus.if it gone, then it wil be very hard to cary a baby with no uterus. so,no
The uterus supplies nourishment to the developing foetus - a plentiful blood supply ensures maximum transfer of energy from the mother to the unborn baby.
Up to 8 weeks after fertilization embryo is present which is unborn baby in early stages while foetus is an unborn baby in uterus in later stages of development (after 8 weeks till birth).
The fetus is what they call the unborn baby after 3 months of growing in the uterus. At that time it is now considered an unborn child or fetus instead of a blacocyst or mass growth of cells.
Amniotic fluid Is a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds the unborn baby during pregnancy.
An unborn baby is called a fetus.
By the use of an Ultra Sound machine. Sound waves, which don't hurt the baby, bounce off the baby and creates an image of the baby. Also called a sonogram
One unborn baby is called a fetus. More than one unborn baby in one mother's uterus are called fetuses. At the moment a fetus is born it is called a neonate-- or more commonly put, it is called a "baby" or "infant". But until it is born, it is a fetus.
Can suboxone hurt my unborn baby
Nothing necessarily happens to the mother. Just a lot of grief and she also has to get the dead baby out of her uterus or she could get an infection.
No, because they don't use their lungs until they are born (you use your lungs to cry). They are in the mother's uterus and they have an umbilical cord that allows the baby to receive oxygen.
The organ is know as uterus - I suggest you Google any questions related to our anatomy
In the uterus (unborn babies only)
Sperm is neither good or bad for unborn baby. It does not come in contact with unborn baby in any way.