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When a fertilized egg attaches anywhere outside the uterus (an abdominal or ectopic pregnancy), the fetus may begin to grow but cannot survive. Under very rare conditions the miscarried fetus is neither expelled nor reabsorbed. Instead, it calcifies—effectively turning to “stone”—which protects the mother from infection.

When a fertilized egg attaches anywhere outside the uterus (an abdominal or ectopic pregnancy), the fetus may begin to grow but cannot survive. Under very rare conditions the miscarried fetus is.

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Baby born while still in a fully intact amniotic sac. This fluid-filled sac cushions the fetus, protects the fetus from damage and allows the fetus to move freely. In most cases, rupture of the amniotic sac occurs spontaneously at full term either during or at the beginning of labor. This process is better known as "water breaking", although in rare cases like the one presented above, rupture of the membrane doesn't take place and the fetus is born within an intact sac. #medical…

Baby born while still in a fully intact amniotic sac. This fluid-filled sac cushions the fetus, protects the fetus from damage and allows the fetus to move freely. In most cases, rupture of the amniotic sac occurs spontaneously at full term either during or at the beginning of labor. This process is better known as "water breaking", although in rare cases like the one presented above, rupture of the membrane doesn't take place and the fetus is born within an intact sac. #medical…