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Babies don't breathe in the womb. They receive all their oxygen and nutrients via the umbilical cord.
Posted on Feb 09, 2016
They don't breathe. Baby takes his first breath when he cries for the first time after birth. When the baby is in the womb, his lungs are filled with amniotic fluid and are not involved in supplying oxygen to the body, he gets the oxygen from his mother via the umbilical cord.
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They do not, they get oxygen from mom, but until they are born, then they breath
Posted on Apr 09, 2015
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