Why do babies cry when they are born?
They cry to clear their lungs of amniotic fluid
It is because their respiration (breathing system) begins to work and crying allows the baby to quickly get oxygen into his/her lungs. This is why when a baby does not begin to cry shortly after birth the doctors/midwives will try to make the baby cry
im sorry the above answer is untrue. babies may cry for a number different reasons,none of which have been proven facts,only theories. when a women has a water birth and the baby comes out and is brought to the surface, most times the baby does not cry ..just opens his or her eyes to look around at the new world,due to a non stressful enviroment.doctors and midwives DO NOT intentionally force an infant to cry, the only time a doctor or midwife would force a child to cry is if the baby came out unresponsive and that is the only reason for that action. i believe all theories are true to some extent but not true to every birth. i believe it is traumatic for a baby to go from a warm uterus to a cold hospital room,when he or she has never experienced cold before,along with virtually "floating"in amniotic fluid to feeling gravity, the baby may feel he or she is falling.also it may be a painful experience to come down the birth canal with certain births...there are other related things such as confusion/scared/cold/forceps/vacumms used/drugs used / possible pain etc. So until a baby is able tell us why they cry we will just have to theorize.
تقول الفقرة باللون الاحمر انه غير صحيح بتعليل بكاء الطفل عند الولادة بدخول الهواء الى الرئتين او التنفس- كما تقول -بل يوجد عدة اسباب قد تكون وراء بكاء الطفل كل تلك الاسباب نظريات لم تثبت