The Scalpel and the Silver Bear - Chapter Eleven, Do Not Try to Count the Stars Summary & Analysis

Lori Alvord
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Alvord became pregnant, though she did not realize this until her fourth month. One of her friends worried that her job was stressing her out so much that it would harm the baby. Alvord stopped watching violent television and movies, tried to avoid confrontations and arguments and took other relevant actions. All in all, Alvord was happy that she was pregnant. Her pregnancy caused her to become reacquainted with those who were suffering all around her.

Alvord felt some pelvic pain and was encouraged to see a medicine man, but she refused at first. As she began to feel the effects of disharmony in her lif, she began to reconsider. It turned out that her pelvic pain was caused by pregnancy-induced hypertension or preeclampsia. She would have to rest...

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