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making a baby

making a baby and twins

How long is the average menstural cycle? 28 days
How long is the baby in the uterus? 9 months
Which way is the baby usually born? Headfirst
Can a baby be born addicted to drugs? ( if so why) yes it can because the brugs enter the mothers blood and then it can diffuse through the placenta
How does the baby eat? they eat using the umbilical cord
What does the baby eat? the baby can not actually eat but it gets the oxygen from the mothers blood that has filtered through the placenta and gives the mother its waste blood.
What does the baby breathe inwhen it is in the uterous? it breathes in the amneotic fluid.
what keeps the baby safe from infection? the amneotic fluid, the amneotic sac and the mucus plug
what happens when the mothers waters break? her amneotic sac breaks and the amneotic fluid comes out of it, this pushes the baby down towards the vigina.
what happens whwen th mother goes into labour? her uterous muscles start to contract quickly and more violently and powerfully.
why does the mothers uterous muscles contract? because the uterous does not gain any cells and the action pushes the babyout.
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