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… You spin me right ’round, baby, right ’round
Like a record, baby, right ’round, ’round, ’round
And you thought forceps were bad.
It would be easy to see Charlotte never gave birth even if it hadn’t been stated in the article.
Apparatus for Facilitating the Birth of a Child by Centrifugal Force…
And prolapse of the uterus?
I don’t understand how this could work? *Maybe* if labor had already begun but for some reason the mother could no longer push (for instance, if she went unconscious) centrifugal force could help the baby out of the birth canal, although it would probably just be easier to use forceps or perform a c-section in that case, but if the cervix isn’t already fully dilated the baby is just going to get pressed up against the uterine wall.