8 weeks pregnant mother

Question: Does my babe here's me

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Answer: Hi dear I know your baby at 8 weeks cannot hear you after 11 to 12 weeks your baby's ears start popping out and it is not that the way we here to each other babies hear us too it's a wave kind of a feeling that they get when they are in the womb.. Hope this helps!
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