Physical Exam of a Baby

35-36 weeks pregnant, Baby/parents, Prenatal

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Parents may not know how a newborn will physically look after birth, and it may worry them. Marie does a physical exam with baby Emmy-Rose and describes what she often saw when she was a nurse.

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