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 Is it normal to give birth without your water breaking?

Answer Giving birth with the amniotic sac intact is called a "veiled birth." It is very rare but it is possible. It is less painful because the water cushions the baby's head, meaning less bruising for bo... Read More »
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Can a woman with FASD give birth to normal child?

Yes, FASD is not able to be passed genetically.
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How do you give birth under water?

You're not actually completely underwater. Normally half of your body will be submerged in a warm pool. You could be in a sitting position or on all fours.
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Why might a woman give birth in water?

because she wants to or she is in water at the time.
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