We all know it's not an easy thing for a woman to go nine month of been pregnant, not to now talk of the process of birthing a child, even science made us to understand that it's one of the most painful pain one could ever have. Perhaps one of the numerous reasons why we should always appreciate our women and treat them with care.
Popular Doctor on Twitter called Aproko doctor is a well known medical practitioner and he gives medical advises and lectures on medical issues people can gain an learn from. And it's always an engaging moments a followers ask and share their problems while he provide answers to them.
Some hours ago he talked about women giving birth and how it works, he explained with the aid of an image of how the cervix of a woman would expand to about 10cm to accommodate the baby's head before the shoulder and other body can pass through.
Below is the screenshot post and the image he used in illustrating the process.
Women are to be treasured cause they are priceless, and it's not an easy thing to give birth to one, two or three kids, as they deserves an accolade for been a woman.
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