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CHAPTER-26-27-28
CHAPTER-29-30
CHAPTER-31.1
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CHAPTER-17-18

about an abortion, and pushing her off when the horse was running at 

great speed. This he repeated several times. The woman gave birth to a 

perfectly normal infant at full term. 

 

Hofmann reports that another farmer, under similar circumstances, 

brutally kicked the woman in the abdomen repeatedly until she lost 

consciousness. The pregnancy continued to full term notwithstanding. 

In another case of Hofmann's, a woman allowed a heavy door to fall 

upon her, but the pregnancy was not affected. 

 

Dr. Guibout relates that a German woman, living with her husband in 

California, being pregnant, wished to return to Munich, her home-town, 

to be delivered. The train in which she travelled through Panama 

collided with another train. Threatened abortion required her to take 

a rest. She took a steamer and after a very rough passage reached 

Portsmouth. From there she went to Paris. Here she fell down a flight 

of stairs in the hotel where she was stopping. Again she was 

threatened with abortion, but after a rest was in good condition and 

continued her journey. She finally reached home, and was delivered at 

full term of a normal infant. 

 

Vibert reports the case of a woman who was in a train accident which 

injured her severely, killed two of her children, but did not affect 

her pregnancy. She was delivered at the proper time of a normal baby. 

 

 


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