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Women with partial previas will usually need a c-section due to bleeding problems, but those with marginal previas can often deliver vaginally.
You can take your temperature orally, rectally, or vaginally each morning, prior to getting out of bed.
Even if the baby is able to be born vaginally, dislocated shoulders and broken collarbones are possible complications of a too-large baby passing though the birth canal.
Breech presentations were still delivered vaginally in the 1970s, but with the advent of the malpractice climate, many doctors shied away from this practice, opting to perform a c-section.