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2014 New Year's baby rings in late - Pekin Daily Times

Mon, 01/06/2014 - 3:15am

2014 New Year's baby rings in late
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

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2014 New Year's baby rings in late - Pekin Daily Times

Sun, 01/05/2014 - 5:03pm

2014 New Year's baby rings in late
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

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2014 New Year's baby rings in late - Pekin Daily Times

Sun, 01/05/2014 - 3:38pm

2014 New Year's baby rings in late
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

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2014 New Year's baby rings in late - Pekin Daily Times

Sun, 01/05/2014 - 1:38pm

2014 New Year's baby rings in late
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

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Colchester County's first baby of 2014 - Truro Daily News

Sun, 01/05/2014 - 12:58pm

Colchester County's first baby of 2014
Truro Daily News
She then went into labour on Tuesday but after almost 12 hours without success, her son was delivered by cesarean section. “As a woman you always think about natural birth and the fact that you go through all that and then it's a C section,” she said.

Doctor Fatally Crushes Baby's Skull with Forceps Delivery, Should Forceps Be ... - The Inquisitr

Sun, 01/05/2014 - 12:02am

ABC News

Doctor Fatally Crushes Baby's Skull with Forceps Delivery, Should Forceps Be ...
The Inquisitr
Soon after the child's delivery, the couple started a Facebook page, sharing the child's story and her condition. The Facebook page immediately began to circulate around the network, and comments started pouring in as ... The only request she had was ...
Baby's death could leave lasting legacyThe Port Arthur News

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Parents lay to rest five-day-old daughter who died after a doctor cracked her ... - Daily Mail

Sat, 01/04/2014 - 8:52pm

Daily Mail

Parents lay to rest five-day-old daughter who died after a doctor cracked her ...
Daily Mail
Ms Melancon, at 4ft 11in and weighing 95lb before she became pregnant, had asked for a cesarean section when her baby was overdue and large, considering her mother's petite frame. But doctors warned her against having that type of delivery, saying she ...
Baby's death could leave lasting legacyThe Port Arthur News

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Jan. 4, 2014 10 am - Pekin Daily Times

Sat, 01/04/2014 - 8:57am

Jan. 4, 2014 10 am
Pekin Daily Times
James was present for the vaginal birth of his son, but this was his first encounter with a cesarean. ... James said the cesarean was necessary because Candice was completely exhausted after pushing for two hours and the baby was not in the right position.

Parents of Colchester County's first baby of 2014 happy and proud - Truro Daily News

Fri, 01/03/2014 - 5:43pm

Parents of Colchester County's first baby of 2014 happy and proud
Truro Daily News
She then went into labour on Tuesday but after almost 12 hours without success, her son was delivered by cesarean section. “As a woman you always think about natural birth and the fact that you go through all that and then it's a C section,” she said.

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