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Umbilical Cord Strength what does it mean??

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March 3rd, 2014, 04:12 PM
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I have a question I have never been able to google an answer to. At the time my first child was born (our daughter) we were told by the midwives that they had never seen a cord pulsate as much and as strongly as hers did!! What does that mean exactly?? Does it mean that she was born extremely healthy? Strong personality? Or does it just mean that I was very healthy? I'm just curious for anyone who has worked in labour and delivery or as midwife etc. if you can tell me why a babys cord would be pulsating so strong. She was also born with her eyes wide open looking all around!
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March 5th, 2014, 12:11 PM
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Im not sure! Interesting for sure, welcome to the board!

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