Im wondering the same thing!
Sometimes I bend down or i'll walk around and hear a farting noise from inside my tummy.
babies toot, poop and pee all inside of you! thats why they say to drink A LOT of water because itll flush out the amniotic fluid giving them cleaner fluids to breathe in and "drink" lol
Well I guess since they eat drink pee and poo in the womb why not toot? That's so funny xB
I'm just gonna start blaming it on her haha I'm almost 35 weeks and have been wondering. :-)
well if you hear sounds, it may not be the baby letting out gas, it could just be the pressure from where everything is in your body and when you move the wrong way your intestines can rub together and actually make a loud enough sound to where you can hear it and think its a fart....but there are also actual gases in you and they may just be slipping around in there so you can actually hear it :)
silly right? lol
Umm you don't want your baby to poop in the womb. That can be very bad.
lol the baby does poop in the womb though...lol..hence why the doctor tells you to drink A TON of water to clean out the amniotic fluid...ive learned this from different doctors and different medical websites lol
I don't hear her farting I feel it with my hand
Gas is air, where is the air in your womb??
thats ^ not true. babies CANNOT poop inside of you. Have you heard of meconium aspirations?
"MAS can happen before, during, or after labor and delivery when a newborn inhales (or aspirates) a mixture of meconium and amniotic fluid (the fluid in which the baby floats inside the amniotic sac). Meconium is the baby's first feces, or poop, which is sticky, thick, and dark green and is typically passed in the womb during early pregnancy and again in the first few days after birth."
Yes, they urinate in the womb. However, they do not have bowel movements unless they are in distress when you go into labor. Babies generally don't have bowel movements until after birth, unless like I said, there's an issue. Meconium aspiration is very serious and life threatening.
As far as whether or not they pass gas, I honestly don't know the answer to that.
Babies definitely do NOT poop in the womb. That's incredibly dangerous. Lol but I've always wondered if babies could blow bubbles with their mouths in the womb. Sometimes it feels like little bubbles popping in my lower stomach lol. But i quickly assumed they can't because like one person said, there is fluid in there so unless your leaking amniotic fluid i don't see how you could have air in there. I don't even think that would be possible but idk haha.
Um babies definitely dont poop in the womb and if they do its NOT good or normal
My little brother was in NICU for a while because of meconium in his lungs.
Babies do not poop while in the womb. They CAN But it is very dangerous. The poop can enter their lungs and its not a good thing. I've seen people posting a lot about babies pooping in the womb, and while its not impossible it's very rare and like I said, dangerous. Haven't you guys read any of your books?!
No they can not do that, they have meconium in their intestines - kind of a place holder, but there is no digestion or bacteria to make "farts". They can have a bowel movement - it indicates fetal stress though, and that's not a good thing.
My son had mecoinum aspiration and its extremely dangerous. He pooped while being born and inhaled it. They cannot go in the womb that's what mecoinum is, an if they do its very very dangerous
Omg that would be sooo cute !!! Pleaze tell me this is true
meconium CAN happen. That's why the baby is suppose to have 3 lines in the umbilical cord, wile some babies...like my 3rd pregnancy has 2 when they are suppose to have 3.
There is one larger vessel (the umbilical vein) that carries
oxygen and nutrients from the placenta to the baby.
The umbilical veins carries blood toward the fetus's heart.
There are two smaller vessels (umbilical arteries)
that return deoxygenated, nutrient depleted blood..... (waste)
from the baby which is then transferred to the mothers
blood and disposed of by her kidneys.