Examples of childbirth in a Sentence
women who choose to undergo childbirth without the use of anesthetics and other drugs
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Tired of good ol’ Can’t Do Cincinnati making this whole process seem like childbirth.
Legal abortions are considerably safer than childbirth.
Considering the challenges of even fertilizing an egg, never mind the other hurdles that developing fetuses must overcome between conception and childbirth, every baby really is a miracle.
Two days later, Jorgensen was still in the throes of childbirth.
After childbirth and motherhood, her conditioning might be suboptimal.
Locals had come to the tree for generations to pray for good luck, health and childbirth.
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Yet there’s a wide spectrum of what recovery from childbirth actually looks like, in both elite and recreational athletes, and there’s no straightforward rule for when women should return to sport after having a baby.
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CHILDBIRTH Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of childbirth for English Language Learners
: the act or process of giving birth to children
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