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 What does it mean to have two sacs at birth but only one baby?

Answer could mean that there were originally two zygotes in you and you would've had twins. or maybe your sac tore during delivery so there were two pieces. I've heard about it happening though where two ... Read More »
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What does it mean if your baby head is in the birth canal?

It means that the baby is in position to be born-- and probably soon.
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If the father does not sign the birth certificate because the baby does not keep his last name does he still have the responsibility to pay child support?

Yes he does. The mother can request a court-ordered paternity test. If the test is positive then the court will issue a child support order and the father can request a visitation order as well.
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Does a baby having a full head of hair at birth mean that it was a late delivery?

At the time of birth how many bones does the baby have?

Answer At birth, a baby has approximately 300 bones. It depends on the baby.
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