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... That's icky. [Nov. 15th, 2005|02:47 pm]
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There are recorded cases of babies that have been delivered through the rectum. In rare instances, blockage of the mother’s vaginal orifice may force an unborn child into the rectal area and the baby must be expelled through the anus. A nineteenth-century British doctor named Payne cited the case of a thirty-three-year-old woman who gave birth in this manner. Dr. Payne, seeing that the child was located near the rectum, anesthetized the mother and delivered the child by forceps with little trouble.
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[User Picture]From: goin_nowhere25
2005-11-15 01:04 pm (UTC)
my question is what could have POSSIBLY blocked the vagina up to cause such a fucked up birth ?? ??
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[User Picture]From: popsimon
2005-11-15 01:12 pm (UTC)
traffic cone?
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 01:44 pm (UTC)
Oh dear... that's an image.
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[User Picture]From: tessmc
2005-11-15 02:15 pm (UTC)
According to a guy named George in this area, a traffic cone is used on the other end.

The scary thing is, he has pictures to prove it....

*shudder*
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 03:43 pm (UTC)
... *stare*

*whisper* Why?
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[User Picture]From: tessmc
2005-11-15 03:53 pm (UTC)
I don't want to know. I wish it wasn't true. The guy is in his late 60s and is gay. A friend of mine is a photographer and Geroge was supposed to pose for him and his associate. Apparently he thought that he should bring his very own traffic cone too.

Ugh....it gives me the heebie jeebies just thinking about it.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 04:07 pm (UTC)
Wow.
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[User Picture]From: goin_nowhere25
2005-11-15 04:09 pm (UTC)
i'm appalled. and it takes a lot to get me appalled!!!
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 04:09 pm (UTC)
Me too!
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 01:43 pm (UTC)
Oooh. It's a good question. I suppose some sort of malady in the body... hmm. It's very strange.
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[User Picture]From: goin_nowhere25
2005-11-15 04:10 pm (UTC)
too bizzare. i'm not sure i want to know actually. it's too weird to fathom considering but babies DO in fact exist!!!!
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 04:11 pm (UTC)
I'm looking at a baby right now, in fact. ;) One that was not delivered via the rectum.
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[User Picture]From: maggiedacatt
2005-11-15 02:05 pm (UTC)
Could be unusually tough flesh? Of the sort that makes it so some women need their hymens surgically broken/removed?

Though I got the impression that in these cases, the vaginal wall and perineum are slit to accommodate the child, and then sutured afterward. This sounds gross and painful, but is actually far less destructive than letting things tear instead.
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[User Picture]From: randomposting
2005-11-15 03:24 pm (UTC)
Yeah, episiotimies are REALLY common... so I don't know. Maybe something with the bone structure in that area? I don't know.
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