It does not always happen that the parturition is effected with ease.
The increased difficulty of parturition seemed to be an important factor.
Ponca Compound is also valuable during gestation and after parturition.
The ewe does not often require mechanical assistance in parturition.
But it has been said, this occurs only in warm climates, where the heat relaxes the parts concerned in parturition.
A lucky accident precipitated its parturition in the course of the year 1858.
But for the most part they happen in a normal way, this being then called not miscarriage but delivery or parturition.
She prayed at parturition times, and in cases of severe illness.
If these occur later than the natural time for parturition, they are the more significant.
She may be visited by her friends, who, however, must leave her when parturition takes place.
parturition par·tu·ri·tion (pär'tyu-rĭsh'ən, -tu-, pär'chə-)
The process of labor and delivery in the birth of a child.