Why do babies cry when they come out?

Answer Babies cry on instinct to get their lungs working and to begin breathing normally. Sometimes a baby doesn't start crying so the midwives clear all the fluid (yuk) out of its mouth and then it start... Read More »

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Why do babies cry when they are born?

Answer They cry to clear their lungs of amniotic fluid Answer It is because their respiration (breathing system) begins to work and crying allows the baby to quickly get oxygen into his/her lungs. ... Read More »

Why do babies cry when they born?

Because they need to catch their breath from being inside of fluids for 9 months, and if your baby doesn't cry well..... i suggest u pray because it means your baby is not breathing.