from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- adj. Gestated for the entire duration of normal pregnancy; ; -- of new-born infants. Opposite of
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- n. the end of gestation or point at which birth is imminent
- adj. gestated for the entire duration of normal pregnancy
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Other stories involve doctors cutting up full-term fetuses inside of the mother's wombs, beating "out of plan babies" to death who manage to survive forced abortion, failing to use anesthesia or other sanitary measures while operating on pregnant mothers, and tossing the fetus's remains to the mother in a plastic bag if she cannot pay for its disposal.
Doctors determined that Ms. Sergio had given birth to a full-term baby and they alerted police, who found the baby in the plastic bag.
Previously, these infants were just considered small full-term infants rather than preterm infants, said study author Dr. Melissa A. Woythaler, a neonatologist at Massachusetts General Hospital.
If you followed the Focus on the Family Web link from the ad, you would have learned that the former Florida Gator quarterback Tebow really loves his mother, who ignored doctor's advice and carried the 2008 Heisman Trophy winning quarterback to full-term during a difficult pregnancy.
The message to parents and to health professionals is that? as long as a baby is healthy and born at full-term?
Louise was born by caesarean section after a full-term pregnancy.
Often because of delayed childbearing choices, women are having difficulty conceiving or sustaining full-term pregnancies.
While it does not have to dilate as fully as with a full-term birth, the uterus also does not have enough time to process the rapid pace of conception, birth, and loss that occurs in a miscarriage.
It's more common in premature than full-term babies but, we were repeatedly told, "just one of those things".
Since these antibodies are present atlower levels, they do not last as long as those of full-term babies.