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 Why a baby doesn't drown from amniotic fluid?

Answer The baby is attached to the umbilical cord, which is attached to the mother.Everything the baby needs goes through that cord. Food. Water. Waste disposal, oxygen, etc.
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Baby with no amniotic fluid update?

i didn't know about this before, but my prayers and thoughts go out for ya'll now too! i'm so sorry to hear about this!!!! as for the first remark...i'm very sure neonatal did ALL that they could. ... Read More »
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If you are leaking amniotic fluid does that mean you will have the baby soon?

But leaking amniotic fluid can happen before the pregnancy is in its last day, and, if it happens 38 weeks before the term, it is called premature rupture of membrane. Usually, premature leaking c... Read More »
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Is there a link between green amniotic fluid and lifelong recurrent infections in the full term baby?

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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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