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Children cry even in mother’s womb, scientists have stamped, this is how their displeasure is known

Developmental psychologist Nadja Reisland says that when a baby cries in the womb, there are many expressions on its face. Between 24 and 35 weeks, such expressions start showing on the face of the babies born in the womb.

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Children turn over in the mother’s womb, hiccup and kick their feet, science has confirmed this, but in new research it has been found that babies in the womb also cry. Not only this, they also start preparing themselves for the exit. This claim has been made in research published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood and Neonatal Edition.

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In order to better understand what kind of reaction babies give while in the womb, scientists kept an eye on the 33-week-old baby's face through ultrasound.  During this it was seen that he was repeatedly changing the expression of his face.  It was clear in the ultrasound that the child was crying.  His body movements were confirming this.

In order to better understand what kind of reaction babies give while in the womb, scientists kept an eye on the 33-week-old baby’s face through ultrasound. During this it was seen that he was repeatedly changing the expression of his face. It was clear in the ultrasound that the child was crying. His body movements were confirming this.

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To confirm the crying of the baby in the womb, scientists carried a kind of vibration and stimulation to the child.  Due to the effect of vibration on the child, his jaws widened and he breathed three times rapidly and his chest started expanding.  Simultaneously, his head started rolling backwards.  Vibration was felt on the child's chin.  After this, 60 children were scanned, out of which 10 children did the same thing.

To confirm the crying of the baby in the womb, scientists carried a kind of vibration and stimulation to the child. Due to the effect of vibration on the child, his jaws widened and he breathed three times rapidly and his chest started expanding. Simultaneously, his head started rolling backwards. Vibration was felt on the child’s chin. After this, 60 children were scanned, out of which 10 children did the same thing.

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Scientists say that during crying, there is usually a reaction in the body of a human or child to swell the chest and vibrate in the jaws.  Scientists have released a video related to crying in the womb of the child.  Nadja Reisland, a developmental psychologist at Durham University in England, studied the video.  Reisland made a 3 film film of the movement seen in the child and explained it.

Scientists say that during crying, there is usually a reaction in the body of a human or child to swell the chest and vibrate in the jaws. Scientists have released a video related to crying in the womb of the child. Nadja Reisland, a developmental psychologist at Durham University in England, studied the video. Reisland made a 3 film film of the movement seen in the child and explained it.

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Developmental psychologist Nadja Reisland says that when a child cries, he takes long breaths and his chest expands.  Along with this, his lower jaw also starts trembling.  Such expressions are seen when crying.  Between 24 and 35 weeks, such expressions start showing on the face of the babies born in the womb.

Developmental psychologist Nadja Reisland says that when a child cries, he takes long breaths and his chest expands. Along with this, his lower jaw also starts trembling. Such expressions are seen when crying. Between 24 and 35 weeks, such expressions start showing on the face of the babies born in the womb.

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