when a woman is pregnant ……

Related to Fertility Clinic | Posted on November 17th, 2021
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When a mother is pregnant, cells from the baby's body enter her bloodstream and then return to the baby's body. This phenomenon is called mother and fetal microchimerism. For forty-one weeks, the cells move back and forth in the mother's body, and when the baby is born, many of them remain permanent imprints in the mother's tissues, bones, brain, and skin, often for decades. Every child will leave a similar imprint on the mother's body. Even if the pregnancy is not over or if a miscarriage occurs, these cells will get into your bloodstream. Studies have shown that when the mother's heart is damaged, fetal cells are mobilized at the site of injury, where they are transformed into appropriate types of cells that specialize in "repairing" the heart. While the baby's body grows in the mother's body, the baby helps to restore the mother's body. Isn't that a miracle? As a result, various diseases often disappear during pregnancy. It is amazing how the mother's body protects the baby's body at all costs, and how it protects the baby and helps to restore the mother's body so that the baby can survive and develop safely. Let's stop for a moment on the unrestrained tastes of pregnant mothers. What did the mother want and desire for what the child caused in her? In addition, studies have shown the presence of cells from the fetal body in the mother's brain for 18 years after birth. Exciting, don't you think? If you are a mother, you know that you can intuitively feel your baby, even if it is not in you. So now we have scientific evidence that mothers still have a baby in their body for many years after they give birth. It seems extremely beautiful to me.

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