What are the roles of amniotic fluid?

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First answer by Cristina Roz. Last edit by Cristina Roz.
- It absorbs shocks and reduces noise. It also protects the mother organs against the baby's shots
- it brings a considerable amount of water and minerals to baby.
-  It serves to keep the baby at a constant temperature (37 °).
 - It acts as a protective barrier against infection through its role as an antiseptic (disinfectant).
 - After the rupture of the amniotic sac, it lubricates the birth canal during birth, facilitating the passage of the baby.
 - It contains valuable information on the progress of pregnancy.

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