Crying In The Womb

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Rebecca - February 14

Is it possible for an unborn baby to cry in your womb and what does it mean?

 

J - February 14

I have no idea..I've never heard of that before...

 

J - February 14

I looked up some things about our question and I did find a few things that said there has been times mothers have heard their unborn babies cry...as well as other people in the room at the time.That's all I could find...don't know what it means.Hope that helps a little.

 

:o) - February 14

ive never heard of that before,it would freak me out! lol!

 

I - February 15

Why would a baby NEED to cry in the womb? Also, don't you need air to cry......just my thoughts.

 

J - February 15

I just don't know how possible that is when the baby is born it starts to breathe air and then begins to cry.

 

Maleficent - February 15

babies can cry in the womb. it's actually good practice for breathing. i highly doubt mom or anyone else could hear it though.

 

Anne - February 15

I think air is necessary for create the noise a__sociated with crying.

 

tiffani - February 15

Both of my babies (both delivered by C section) were crying as they were being pulled from the womb, before their mouths were suctioned. Don't know how this applies to your question, just thought i'd share my experience.

 

lindsey - February 15

http://www.wprc.org/trimester1.phtml Yes, they do cry! Silently though. At 12 weeks the vocal cords develop and they do exercise them. I've pasted the website where I found this, scroll down to where it says "12 weeks" and you'll see the explanation there. Hope that helps!

 

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