Babies Crying in The Womb?


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This was a topic i always wanted to know. So i thought why not research and find out if this was true or not. Did babies only cried when they was birth? Well according to Fox News babies may have begun crying in the womb early such a 28 weeks. I guess it only makes sense for babies to be able to cry while they were still in their mothers stomach. They are able to move and react to outside surroundings so why not be able to cry?

In fact researchers used the outside to find out if this question was true. Fetuses responded to a low decibel noise. Just as if they were birth in the world they begun to open they mouth and make sudden body movements as if they were crying. Heres a video from youtube that shows a reaction from fetus responding to the sound.

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Not only due babies cry in the womb, but the way they will cry after birth is actually developed before birth. The sounds that babies hear before birth, actually influence how they cry after birth. When infants cry, their cries often reflect intonation patterns that they learned in the womb. Babies of French origin cry in different patterns than babies of German origin. The sounds heard before birth can effect how the baby sounds after birth.
For more information visit: http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=120131516

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