Can a female deliver vaginally if she has been told that she has a narrow pelvis?
It depends on the size of the baby.
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Yes, I was told that I had a small pelvis and I had two vaginal births. My first one was a forcepts delivery but my second one was fine.
Well unless you have bone-scraping bones to remove bone, you cannot actually make the bones more narrow. You can lose weight in this area but not bone.
the female iliac bones are less flared.
1) The acetabulum is smaller than a male's 2) The ishial spine is projected inward in a male 3) The sciatric notch is wider in a female :)
The female pelvis bones are more delicate and its depth is less. Also, the anterior iliac spines are more widely separated.
Every woman has vaginal discharge. It is mroe noticeable when pregnant. Yes you can have a normal healthy baby when having vaginal discharge.
Any mass will work. it really doesn't matter
Female. After puberty the female pelvis is wider so there's room for a baby.
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give two anatomical differences between male and female pelvis
Yes, both genders can have dilatation of the renal pelvis.
females have a wider pelvis compared to males- this helps during childbirth. the inlet to the female pelvis is oval whereas the male is more heart shaped.
because women pelvic is specially made to accommodate the passage of baby during birth