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Mothers, Here Are 9 Things Baby Does While Inside The Womb

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Bringing a new life into the world is a lovely thing, and having a baby in your womb is a sensation that no woman can really comprehend. Many women are curious about what their kid is doing within their pregnancy, which is why describes the various functions of the foetus in the womb today.

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Experts say that babies does not only learn to move their fingers, toes, and limbs, but they also dream, yawn, suck their thumb, and perform a million other amazing things that will amaze you. If you look intently at your baby within the womb when you get an ultrasound. There will be instances when the foetus is moving around nonstop, which may cause you to feel a sudden kick or an odd sensation. According to experts, the embryo within the womb is capable of much more than yawning and kicking. Take a look at some of the things a baby does while still inside the womb:

1. Bonding In Womb.

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If you're expecting twins, you'll notice that the babies tend to bond a lot in the womb. However, specialists claim that this bonding occurs with the mother as well. Babies have been proven to actively listen to their mothers' voices throughout the last 10 weeks of pregnancy.

2. Smiling In The Womb.

Around the 26th week of your pregnancy, your baby will begin to react to a variety of stimuli while still within the womb. The baby will also exhibit symptoms of smiling during this period, which is really cute.

3. Hiccuping In The Womb.

Hiccups can begin as early as the first trimester, though you may not notice them until later in the pregnancy. You may occasionally be able to feel the little one hiccuping inside your womb if you pay close attention.

4. Yawning In The Womb.

 Inside the womb, your kid will also display signs of yawning. This is because the baby spends the most of his or her time sleeping, and when he or she gets to move around within your abdomen, it may tire them out, causing them to yawn.

5. Passing Urine.

Yes, your kid will pass urine while still in the womb. Your kid will begin to produce pee around the end of the first trimester.

6. Opening And Closing Of The Eyes In The Womb.

The baby will begin to open his or her eyes during the 28th week of your pregnancy. When the bump is exposed to harsh light, he or she will also respond to it, but this is nothing to be concerned about because the baby will simply roll over.

7. Tasting Foods.

You should be aware that any food you eat will pass through the amniotic fluid to the foetus. Experts believe that by the 15th week, the foetus will have developed a taste for sweet flavors, and that the baby will drink more of the fluid.

8. Breathing.

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 Infants in the womb require oxygen to survive. The umbilical cord is the source of this oxygen. The baby's first breath is an initiation due to the extreme change in environment after it is out of the womb. During the ninth week of pregnancy, the workout begins.

9. Crying.

Doctors have discovered that when an ultrasound is performed, some newborns will appear to be weeping within the womb.

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Source:

https://www.babyblankets.com/blog/2015/10/10-things-babies-do-in-the-womb-all-day/

https://bump2babyscans.co.uk/11-things-unborn-babies-can-do-in-the-womb/

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