How is a baby born?
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As the contractions continue, the baby's head moves down. The membrane around it breaks, releasing fluid out through the vagina.
After hard pushing, which can last for several hours, the baby emerges through the cervix and the vagina.
The baby is still attached to the umbilical cord, which is tied off to prevent bleeding. Soon after, the placenta is pushed from the mother's womb.
Newborn babies lack coordination of nerves and muscles so they are unable to support the weight of their own head.
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