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May 16, 1925

PREGNANCY SOON AFTER PREVIOUS LABOR

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Pea Ridge, Ark.

JAMA. 1925;84(20):1515. doi:10.1001/jama.1925.02660460051031

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Abstract

To the Editor:  —Relative to Dr. W. J. Le Rossignol's report of pregnancy occurring soon after previous labor (The Journal, April 25), I report the following case: Mrs. B. was delivered of a normal boy, weighing 11 pounds (5 kg.), Jan. 22, 1923, and again delivered of a boy, weighing 10½ pounds (4.7 kg.), Nov. 1, 1923. The parents are American born, of English descent. The mother, aged 38, has given birth to eleven children. In the present instance, nine months and ten days elapsed between the birth of two fully developed, normal babies.

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