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A Dallas doula group shared a photo (seen in the video above) from a woman giving birth that ER physician Dr. Travis Stork says, “Proves moms are literal superheroes for the rigors their bodies endure in childbirth.”
The amazing photo shows how the body's bones shift during birth to create room for the baby, something OB/GYN Dr. Nita Landry says is called Rhombus of Michelis. She explains during birth, a woman's pelvis will increase in diameter in order for the baby to exit safely.
Dr. Nita notes this occurs due to drastic hormonal changes and shares the bones do not stay that way and it is just a brief and natural aspect of delivering a child.