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Babies' Emotions And What They Experience In The Womb

Childhood is a critical period that has an extensive influence on every person's whole life; Thus, it is good to know whether life begins right after birth or whether babies’ experiences, even when they are in the womb, are influential and considerable? Scientists constantly work on various methods to find an answer fitting this question. So, we do not know much about the baby’s feelings during this period. However, our current knowledge is still vast, provided in two different groups: physical and mental emotions. This might be more important to couples who have undergone infertility treatment in Iran or have hired Iranian surrogates.

 

What Do Scientists Know About The Fetus's Feelings?

Researching babies’ feelings is very sensitive and specialized; infants can’t talk about themselves, doctors can not use regular technologies to test their feelings, and they are under quick shifts in the womb that could differentiate a lot of medical conclusions. Thus, confidently speaking about this topic is a bit of a challenge, but all in all, it is not like specialists don’t know anything about the fetus’s experience. Your Obstetrician may talk to you about this period more, as the good doctors will do so like all the cases undergoing infertility treatment in Iran are taught about this topic.

Studies have shown that babies can hear sounds around them when they are in the womb, and it is not bounded just to the mother’s heartbeat or other internal voices; They listen to sounds from an external source, like when somebody talks to them or when a piece of music is played. The fetus also has feelings based on touch that will develop by physical growth. They have even mental feelings affected by their mothers or their Iranian surrogate that can be varied.

 

Babies' Experience In The Womb

Cutting-edge technologies like ultrasound and FMRI are used to make a vivid picture of babies in the womb. By now, doctors have discovered something like a virtual sensorial playground that says a lot about the fetus. We know that the baby tries to respond to the parents' sounds and the other ones that the baby may hear by providing these tools. This response is not just limited to the voice but other things, like:

  • The dark and light places;
  • Tumbles of the mother as she changes her position;
  • The taste of the food that mother eats, whether it is spicy, sour, or sweet.

Still, we should not forget that these responses will emerge and develop over time. It's also important to remember that the environmental stimuli and experiences throughout this time are critical in helping the baby's brain and cognitive skills develop. However, consider that other emotions such as anxiety, stress, and depression may harm them, so parents need to control them by household methods or even by medical intervention.

Below, you can learn more about babies’ emotions and their experiences.

 

Touch Sensation

When a baby starts their existence in the womb, Various senses will emerge; among them, the sense of touch develops faster and may be recognized by ultrasound scans quicker. Other feelings may appear in their particular order too.

Near the eighth week of presence in the womb, babies start to respond to the touches around their faces. This may continue to more profound phases in later weeks; for instance, when they pass the 11th week, they get familiar with their own feet, hands, and other essential organs. It is fun to know that a part of these developments is discovered by ultrasound scans showing how the baby tries to bring hands together or struggles to find other objects in the womb.

The ultrasound images also tell us about outer touches or the ones with external stimuli, like when the mother or the Iranian surrogate touches her belly, and the unborn child kicks back. The exciting thing is that babies may regulate their movements to the mother’s feelings; for example, when the birth mother is watching a horror movie and is scared or sad, the baby may move slighter.

 

The Ability Of Listening

After touch sensation, the role of the ears in shaping fetuses' emotions is bold and considerable. It is said that around the 20th week of development in the womb, ears are formed enough to use for receiving internal and external voices around the mother. Unborn infants will also be able to react to a number of environmental sounds when they pass the 27th week of development. This ability will be advanced entirely when the fetus is more than 32 weeks old. When unexpected voices are made, and the baby tries to respond by kicking, the parents may observe such development.

It is fun to know that the developing infants get to know their parent's language during this period. With this understanding, they can make a good impression on that language, while they’re not interested in the different ones. Other than the parent’s language, unborn children will be listening to other voices like:

  • The mother’s heartbeat;
  • The internal noises such as the sound of blood in the vessels;
  • The external sounds like the music or strangers talking;
  • The tone and rhythm of pieces of music or poems.

 

Understanding The Taste Of Food

Some scientists believe that a part of babies' desire for different food and spices may be formed by the time they are in the womb, So the mother’s choices during pregnancy are crucial and should be picked up carefully. Doctors educate future mothers during infertility treatment in Iran about adopting a healthy diet considering this fact. However, It is helpful to bear in mind that this understanding of the taste may be shaped in unborn children when they almost pass their second trimester in the womb. 

By speaking about the unborn child's ability to recognize various tastes, we should add that this issue may lead to responses from the baby. For instance, mothers who tried specific drinks or foods regularly during pregnancy noticed that their babies had the delight to taste those particular foods after childbirth. It is good to know that the children may react to certain spices like garlic fairly if the mother adds these flavors to her meals during childbearing.

 

Feeling Depression, Anxiety, And Joy

Parents both, have a crucial role in the children's lives, but the mother's relationship with the baby is more complicated and profound. The mother or the Iranian surrogate will share her mental emotions like depression and anxiety with her baby during pregnancy, which means the unborn infant will feel whatever she will experience. You can learn more about this situation by following the tips below:

  • Too much stress may harm the baby, so consider consulting a psychiatrist in this case
  • Avoid sudden mood shifts that cause serious problems
  • Beware that the baby may pick up negative feelings

 

Final Word

couples who have undergone infertility treatment in Iran or have hired Iranian surrogates might be concerned about their baby’s emotions inside the womb. That’s why they need to consult the best infertility treatment centers in Iran like MOM Fertility and Infertility Treatment Centre which has the best Iranian surrogates.