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A Rare Breech Birth Captured Step by Step in These Stunning Photos.

A Rare Breech Birth Captured Step by Step in These Stunning Photos.

Most babies move into delivery position a few weeks prior to birth, situating their heads closer to the birth canal. However, 3-5% of pregnant women at full term (roughly 1 out of 25 full-term births) experience a breech baby, meaning the baby’s buttocks and/or feet are in position to be delivered first. Babies in this

Tim Webb Nearly Fainted When Receiving the News of His Wife’s Extremely Rare Pregnancy.

Imagine being pregnant and having a doctor tell you that your pregnancy is a 1 in 15 million occurrence. Well, that’s exactly the news Bethani and Tim Webb received during a routine ultrasound. Thankfully, there are currently no complications with the pregnancy, nor have there been any indications of a premature birth. Still, the news

When it Comes to This Subject, “It’s okay to ask for help,” says Hayden Panettiere.

The birth of a baby can bring on an avalanche of emotions. Giving birth, after all, is a very emotive thing.  Unfortunately, depression may begin shortly after childbirth. Mood swings, crying spells, anxiety and difficulty sleeping are just a few of the signs and symptoms of the postpartum baby blues.  But when those feelings become more

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