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  • Re: Cephalohematoma

    My last three babies have had cephalos. They came quickly, whereas my other babies came slowly with longer labors and niether of them had cephalos. I think there is something to that one for me, at least. They were all rop before birth, in labor turned quickly(within a couple minutes) and were born in...
    Posted to Birth Complications (Forum) by tranquil_life on 09-01-2013
  • Re: Placenta Previa - When is vaginal birth still possible?

    Thanks so much for sharing your story, I learned so much from this, especially the incredible difference between your scans. It is true that your baby's placenta can move up, a process called trophotropism, but one has to wonder about the accuracy of the scans with such a dramatic change in 2 weeks...
    Posted to Birth Complications (Forum) by Sarah Buckley on 12-22-2009
  • breeched baby - can it turn around

    Hello, I am a student working on the history of women's medicine, and my focus is on childbirth in China. I came across a medical work that describes a birth complication whereby the feet of the baby have emerged from the pregnant woman's body. The midwife or birth attendant was asked to push...
    Posted to Birth Complications (Forum) by margaret on 11-13-2009
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