Yeah, I do think it's possible this day in age, especially with a large movement of women going to more HB'ing and less US. But even in mainstream OB care, things move so quickly to get women in and out as fast as possible, it seems it's easy to miss. One of my friends had a full mainstream birth, but the OB's office was always so packed and so rushed they completely missed one of the babies in every US she had (I think she had 5 US total but each one lasted about 3 minutes). There were other signs that something wasn't 'normal' (elevated BP, baby measuring small) but they chalked that up to just the way her body worked. Imagine her surprise when the second one came at birth!
Andi, 32 - SAHM to Aaron Patriot born at home on 8/7/09 and devoted wife to Paul. : EC, Non-Circ ::