Bones can be fractured during delivery. Collarbone fractures are common, and many times the injury is not recognized until a few days after the birth. Fractures of the upper arm will cause pain to your baby, and your physician will need to apply a loose splint to limit movement.
The improper use of forceps can cause injury to the skin. Swelling and bruising are normal if a breech delivery is required. However, the medical professionals involved in the delivery should be qualified to carry out these procedures without doing harm to the baby. THose lacking sufficient training can leave permanent marks and injuries on your baby, some of which may cause severe pain.
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