Thu, 22 Nov 2012 6:23p.m.
A British medical team has revealed the first recording of unborn babies yawning in the womb.
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24/11/2012 11:45:08 p.m.
Couldn't agree more, we have just had a 4d ultrasound of our new baby and we saw her yawn, suck her thumb and poke her tongue out... they must be a bit behind there in the UK
24/11/2012 8:52:43 a.m.
Maybe it was yawning at this 'so-called' news story.
24/11/2012 12:07:16 a.m.
23/11/2012 2:01:19 p.m.
i read that babies yawn in the womb in the early 90's...it's not news!
23/11/2012 10:42:29 a.m.
awww cute :)
23/11/2012 10:23:50 a.m.
This is news ??
23/11/2012 9:22:47 a.m.
Richard Davis wrote:
Kiwikev is correct, babies have been yawning in the womb for millennia. We've been seeing it since ultrasound has been available, the last 5 yrs its been easier to see with the 4D ultrasound, and regularly seen by parents, plus lots of other normal behaviour like opening eyes, poking tongue out, thumb sucking, nose scratching etc. Maybe the Brits will cotton on to these other "discoveries" also soon. Maybe it's an indication of the levels of ultrasound in NZ where we try to do it well . Richard Davis radiologist.
23/11/2012 12:53:55 a.m.
gosh thats old news, we saw my daughter do it 18 years ago we even had it on VHS until i recorded over it, ouch.
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