A pair of clean mama scissors will help you remove a baby from a mother’s uterus.
The product, called the Clean Mama, is a vaginal swab, and its inventor says it’s safe for babies and young people who are prone to infections and other diseases.
“There is no reason to use a vaginal suture to remove a dead infant,” the Clean Mama founder, Laura McQuaig, told CNN.
McQuaigs baby had a vaginal infection and had to be removed from the mother’s womb after her daughter had been born.
She said the clean mamas method works even for babies with infections.
“The baby’s skin will be soft and it will not be sticky.
The baby will be able to breathe without difficulty,” McQuahigs product description said.
It’s the second product to be developed by the Clean Mother team, which includes doctors, nurses, and nurses who specialize in removing infections and diseases from women.
It was developed in partnership with the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists, a medical association.
McQuahig’s product is the first vaginal swabs that are designed to be cleaned.
The Clean Mama was designed to prevent vaginal infections and infections of the cervix, cervix-sore vagina, and rectum.
The product has been tested and certified by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, according to the company.