Baby born in amniotic sac

Regardless of whether the baby is delivered vaginally or by c-section, the water usually “breaks” in the process, either on its own or artificially by the doctor or midwife. But in this caesarean, the doctor left the amniotic sac intact until after the baby was “on the outside”. Take a look!

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