The placenta is a structure that develops in your uterus during pregnancy. The placenta provides oxygen and nutrients to your growing baby and removes waste products from your baby's blood. It attaches to the wall of your uterus, and your baby's umbilical cord arises from it. In most pregnancies, the placenta attaches at the top or side of the uterus.During pregnancy, your baby is surrounded and cushioned by a fluid-filled membrane called the amniotic sac. If the sac leaks or breaks before labor begins, the risk of certain placental problems increases.The umbilical cord connects a baby in the womb to its mother. It runs from an opening in your baby's stomach to the placenta in the womb. The average cord is about 50cm (20 inches) long.In the placenta, oxygen and food from your bloodstream pass into your baby's bloodstream and are carrried to your baby along the umbilical cord.
Blood circulates through vessels in the cord, which consists of:
These blood vessels are enclosed and protected by a sticky substance called Wharton's jelly, which itself is covered by a layer of membrane called the amnion.
Towards the end of your pregnancy, the placenta passes antibodies through the umbilical cord from you to your baby, giving it immunity from infections for about three months after birth. However, it only passes on antibodies that you already have.Soon after the birth, the midwife will:
The cord will then be cut between the two clamps, leaving a stump about 2-3cm (1-1Â½ inches) long on your baby's belly button. Your midwife will cut the cord or, with their agreement, you or your birth partner could do it.
There are no nerves in the cord, so cutting it isn't painful for you or the baby. You can ask to have your baby lifted straight onto you before the cord is cut.
Between 5 and 15 days after your baby is born, the umbilical stump will dry out, turn black and drop off. After the stump comes off, it usually takes about 7-10 days for the belly button to heal completely.
Until the stump drops off and the belly button is completely healed, it's important to keep the area clean and dry, to prevent infection.
The umbilical cord. The umbilical cord has the function of sending blood to the baby and returning blood from the baby after it has been utilized. There are two arteries in the umbilical cord that do this.
The umbilical cord is attached to the placenta and the placenta is attached to the wall of the uterus
When umbilical cord isnt attached to the placenta is the baby ok
The baby is connected to the mother through the umbilical cord. The umbilical cord is connected to the placenta, and the placenta is connected to the uterus. The placenta and umbilical cord are temporary organs that are expelled when the baby is born.
No, only mammals have a placenta with umbilical chord.
The umbilical cord connects to the Placenta once it is in form to attach
The placenta is the goo around the baby and the umbilical cord is how the baby gets nutrience.
The umbilical cord comes out of the mother with the placenta.
The placenta is a organ that is conacted to the umbilical cord, sothat the pacenta can give the baby oxygen and nurients.
The placenta is connected with the umbilical cord and then to the fetus.
The placenta follows the baby, attached by the umbilical cord.
not sure what you mean by "which of these" but the umbilical cord connects the embryo to the mother.