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  • baby4kn 08-13-07 | 12:18 PM
  • The sense of touch has been detected in human embryos less than eight weeks old. At this stage, the foetus is less than an inch long and has no eyes or ears, but its skin is highly sensitive. Floating in the amniotic fluid, the foetus is accustomed to tactile stimulation. As the contractions of the womb become stronger, they rhythmically squeeze and push the baby.

    Last edited by icerayn; 08-13-07 at 02:43 PM..
  • Oreo Oreo's Avatar 08-13-07 | 02:35 PM
  • Very cool -- I never knew baby could enjoy it so early! I guess I always wait till I get a "belly" to start the rubbing. Now I can just rub my flab
    and make baby happy!
  • baby4kn 08-14-07 | 02:27 AM
  • Yes any doubt...?

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