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Prolapsis uteri is another, and a third to which he particularly alludes is difficulty in parturition.
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The hernia is caused by the absence of proper umbilical attention and abdominal support to the child after parturition.
As usual parturition is easy; but owing to unavoidable exposure many of their infants soon die.
The older the woman is at the time of her first parturition, the greater number of male births.
There are also to be added the phenomena of emotional parturition.
All parts are invariably preserved after the parturition as they were before.
During the time of parturition these people suffer none but females to be present.
Females in confinement were attentive to young, and, soon after parturition, licked them clean and huddled over them protectively.
One female that had probably eaten one or more of her litter, soon after parturition, nursed the two survivors.
Yet great works take time to form, and fine creations are often disfigured by the stains of hurried parturition.

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