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What is it called when a baby has air and fluid around the lung instead of in the lung?

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Fluid around the baby is called as amniotic fluid in the womb of the mother.

Amniotic fluid Is a clear, slightly yellowish liquid that surrounds the unborn baby during pregnancy.

It is the amniotic fluid that protects the baby, when the mother goes into labour its the sac that breaks( with the amniotic fluid inside ).

The baby is 14 wks in the womb. The ultrasound came back that the baby has fluid around the heart. No bladder is shown and no stomage what can be next.

Cushioning primarily, also practice fluid for drinking and urinating.

The amniotic sac is what protects the baby, and the amniotic fluid is what the fluid inside the sac that the baby grows in.

Your baby could of passed meconium. I had thick amniotic fluid when they broke my waters and this was the problem; However it caused my baby no problems and they lived in it for at least 2 weeks before the birth.

Baby may get suffocated and may die in mother's womb, when the amniotic fluid becomes less. so your gynaecologist and radiologist will keep a watch on the quantity of amniotic fluid.

That your baby possibly had a bowel movement. It is called meconium.

their called baby teeth because when ur a baby you drink just milk and i think that it shouldn't be baby teeth because babies don't have teeth!

My son has Russell-Silver Syndrome....It has NOTHING to do with the amount of fluid around the baby. It is a form a Primordial Dwarfism, meaning, that the baby was conceived that way. It is definitely something genetic, but it's exact genetic cause or marker is not yet known.

She was such a beautiful baby that everyone called her Rose, and that name stuck!

It's mother's muscles and fat and the amniotic fluid it's floating around in.

The membrane that forms a sac around an animal embryo is called the amniotic sac. The embryonic sac is a bag of fluid inside of a woman's womb where the unborn baby develops and grows.

When a group of baby chicks is hatched around the same time by the same hen, it is a called a clutch.

I'm not sure what you mean by 'sets' of amniotic fluid. However the baby is in one sac, which is filled with the fluid. What made you ask this question? Often when a womens waters break, the fluid behind or above the baby my be stopped from flowing out due to the babys position, or if the waters break above the baby, then the amniotic sac may still be intact around its head.

Your baby is formed out of fertilized ovum. During development of the embryo, a sac is formed around the fetus from the extra embryonic cells. This sac contains fluid in it. Together with fluid in it, this sac forms the softest cushion for your baby can have.

Yes. Amniotic fluid gives the softest possible cushion for the baby.

You have the amniotic fluid that surrounds the baby. Baby go on drinking this fluid and go on passing the same through the urine.

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

because a puppy is a young dog and a coyote is a member of the dog family so a baby coyote is obviously called a puppy not a kitten. The young of the coyote are called kittens

It says, "Meh, meh, meh!" instead of "Wah, wah, wah!".

It means that the baby is coming out feet first instead of head first. This is very dangerous as the baby is not getting enough oxygen, and results in turning the baby around or having a casearean section.

It allows your baby to move freely in the uterus. The fluid provides buoyancy while the baby moves and prevents injury. It cushions the baby from injury.


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