NEW YORK (Reuters Health) Dec 24 - Women today experience progression of labor later in the dilation process than women decades ago, and obstetrical practice must be changed in order to reflect this shift, the authors of a new study involving than 60,000 contemporary women concludes.

 

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Hi MyBestBirthAdmin,

 

I clicked on the link, but it requires a password to actually see the article. Was this a mistake, or is there an version of this article we can view without a password?

 

Happy New Year,

Marci :)

I clicked on the link too & it did the same thing, i would love to read the rest this.

i love how this article blames labor progression changes mostly on maternal age and wieght instead of focusing on obstetric interventions it touches on the thought breifly but not enough to satisfy me.

 

 

 

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