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12-06-20, 11:22 AM
...the fetus’s umbilical cord develops from the placenta. After birth, when the placenta is separated from the baby, the resulting scar tissue is clinically called the umbilicus. Colloquially, it’s called the navel or the belly button.Therefore, your belly button is probably your first scar. Being as our first scar, belly button doesn’t really have any biological uses once it dried (https://www.zmescience.com/other/feature-post/what-is-belly-button-08032018/). However, if a transfusion is necessary for a newborn, the umbilical cord stump is preferred.


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12-06-20, 01:03 PM
Scilover, I'm giving you a break because this is a hard article to post according to the standards of Hawkes' Health. But you need to review the instructions about how to post an article. This is your third and last warning. Everyone else here has learned how to do it; it's not hard. Read the instructions under "Getting Started," or just look at the way other posts are started, and if you have any questions, please ask me.

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