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Where does a baby get oxygen from when its inside the womb?

Oxygen is carried through the blood. The mothers blood flows to the baby and gives them oxygen from the mother. A baby doesn't take its first breath of air until it is born. T (MORE)

How does a baby get oxygen and food after birth?

  Once babies are born, they breathe and feed in the same manner as adults...with their noses and mouths. Their stomachs, however, are not capable of digesting solid foods (MORE)

How does the baby get oxygen?

The baby doesn't take its first breath until he/she is born, that's why its a big deal when the baby doesn't cry right away when born. yes they do
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How is the baby provided with oxygen and nutrients?

The baby receives oxygen and nutrients thru the placenta which is where your navel is after birth . Once the baby is outside Mom's body, it begins to breathe through it's lung (MORE)
In Babies

How does the baby receive oxygen and nutrients?

The baby receives oxygen and nutrients thru the placenta which is where your navel is after birth . Once the baby is outside Mom's body, it begins to breathe thru it's lungs a (MORE)

How does the baby get food and oxygen?

After it is born, it get oxygen from the air and food from its mother's milk. Before it is born it get both form its mother though the placenta and umbilical cord.
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