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 What would happen to the embryo if it didn't have amniotic fluid around it?

Answer The embryo/fetus would die.
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Why doesn't embryo suffocate in amniotic fluid?

The umbilical cord carries oxygen directly to the babys blood stream from the mothers. It's a bit like a deep sea diver breathing apparatus - the oxygen tank is the mums blood and the lungs are byp... Read More »
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Is this amniotic fluid leakingi had a sudden wet feeling and you went to the bathroom and nothing happened and the fluid has no smell to it?

It Protects The Baby Against Any Bump Or Damages To The Mother.SanjaySunjuu_Bunjuu!
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What can happen if your embryo implants low in the uterus?

when an embryo is transplanted low in the uterus and has taken and growing the term used is 'carring low' there is possibility of miscarrige in cases of twins and/or if you have a weak cervix. Ther... Read More »
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How much amniotic fluid is in the amniotic sac?

The most volume is typically toward the end of gestation and is around 800 - 1000 mL in normal pregnancies.
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