Coffin Birth Is A Foetus Expelled From A Dead Pregnant Woman Body

A rare phenomenon described as "coffin birth" can cause deceased pregnant women to push out their unborn babies. Medically known as post mortem foetal extrusion, "Coffin birth" can occur 48-72 hours after the death of a pregnant woman. It’s believed to be a result of abdominal gas building up and creating pressure on the uterus. This compression can cause unborn foetuses to be expelled from their mother’s dead body. There are no known cases of a baby surviving this unconventional birth, even ...  View More
October 18, 2016 Jason