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 How does a baby get food and oxygen from the mother when its in her womb?

Answer The placenta pulls the oxygen and nutrients from the Mothers' blood , and delivers it to the baby via the umbilical cord .
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Through which tube does a baby get food or oxygen from its mother whilst it is in the womb?

While in the womb the baby gets everything it needs from the mother through the umbilical cord.
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How does a baby get oxygen from the mother when its in her womb?

The baby receives oxygen from the red blood cells which are carried through the placenta from the mother to the child. The un-oxygenated blood cells then return to the mother where they go back to ... Read More »
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The tube that carries food and oxygen from mother to baby is the cord?

What happens to a baby that isn't getting enough oxygen in the womb?

Insufficient blood flow to a baby before birth causes asphyxia, or an insufficient supply of oxygen supply to the baby's brain and body, as well as increasing levels of carbon dioxide. Whether dama... Read More »
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