6 weeks pregnant mother

Question: To whom the food reaches at first baby or mother

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Answer: To mother than it cross to baby being filtered through placenta
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    Nisha Radhakrishnan190 days ago

    Thank you.. 😊

Answer: Food does not reach baby only nutrients from food
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