Porod bebe zajedno s vodenjakom ili amnionskom vrećicom vrlo je rijedak i događa se jednoj od 80.000 trudnica. Takav porod naziva se i En Caul te se većinom pojavljuje kod beba rođenih prije termina. Neki liječnici smatraju da vodenjak štiti bebu od mehaničkog pritiska izazvanog prejakim kontrakcijama maternice.Na instagramu se pojavio video jednog takvog poroda, odnosno bebe koja je rođena unutar amnionske vrećice. Možemo vidjeti kako dječačić još uvijek diše preko majčine posteljice i još nije udahnuo svoj prvi samostalni udah na ovome svijetu. U jednom trenutku, dječačić počinje prstićima grebati po stjenki vrećice kao da napokon želi van i upoznati svoju mamu.

Kad vidimo ovakve snimke, ne preostaje nam ništa drugo nego uživati u čudu života.

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Unwrapping a baby 💖 What a way to welcome this little miracle into the world! This is what we call an ‘En Caul’ birth. An En Caul Birth (ECB) is one in which the baby is born entirely inside the fluid-filled amniotic sac (seen in only about 1/80000 births). Most ECB's births are premature, & some doctors have observed that this type of birth can protect a newborn from the mechanical pressure of overly strong uterine contractions. It has been suggested that En Caul C-section deliveries might be advisable for extremely fragile premature babies. This little guy is seen still breathing through the mother's placenta! There have been cases where infants born in a complete caul have survived up to 25 minutes of extra uterine life inside this intact sac! Apart from the presence of the unbroken amniotic sac, En caul C-section deliveries also differ from conventional C-sections in that the incision in the mother’s abdomen is made in a different place. This method, in addition to reducing the incidence of pressure-related injuries to premature newborns, also may reduce the incidence of asphyxiation in premature infants. Seeing moments like this captured can really put the blessing of life into perspective for all of us! 📸 @fertilugo

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