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 Why is the placenta called the baby's 'life-support' system?

Answer THE PLACENTA is visibly formed at 12 weeks gestation. At about this point, the placenta takes over a very BIG job from moms hormones. The placenta is now 100 percent responsible for nourishing the ... Read More »
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What is a baby's life support system whilst in the womb?

What is the placenta called after baby is born?

the placenta is called an afterbirth after the baby is born
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Do babys die and come to life?

I have heard of many babies dying and then coming back to lif outside ofthe womb I'm not sure about before there born ,but miracles have happened
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What is a babys soft spot called?

two "spots" generally combine to make up the larger spot. they are the posterior fontanel and the anterior fontanel
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