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Friday Night Arrives Without a Suitcase

Looking for: a good, factual-scientific reference on the physical* health effects of 15-20 years of serial pregnancy.

*AND mental for extra credit, but primarily physical


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Aug. 5th, 2011 10:12 am (UTC)
There was an interesting article I read once in National Geographic about archaeologists examining the bones of the Medicis, in which they observed that a particular Medici wife who'd had nine or ten kids in succession (two survived to adulthood) had a completely flat coccyx.
Aug. 5th, 2011 10:33 am (UTC)
I wonder if there really *are* a lot, if the person is otherwise healthy?

There's a woman in my church who's had seven children--or is it eight--and it must be over 15 or 20 years, since her oldest is about my oldest's age, and her youngest is a baby. She is thin and somewhat tired seeming, but otherwise seems completely healthy. And when I was a breastfeeding peer counsellor, one of the women I called had had ten children, and she was completely healthy.

I mean, there are things like prolapsed uteruses, that can happen, but I don't think they **necessarily** happen.

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