birth stories

Rossi, Elizabeth; Simmons, Paige
August 2006
Australian Parents;Aug/Sep2006, p39
The article presents information on the birth stories of two families. One woman had to go through in vitro fertilization process in order to get pregnant. She had pre-eclampsia and was scheduled for a caesarean section and gave birth to twin boys. Another woman was thrilled to discover that she was pregnant with triplets. She had a trouble-free pregnancy but had to go to the hospital at 26 weeks of for strict bedrest.


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