To illustrate the danger of illegal abortions, the film depicts an impoverished mother and a young, unmarried woman, each of whom is desperately seeking to terminate her pregancy. The older woman almost bleeds to death, while the younger one, who cannot procure birth control devices because the Catholic Church prohibits it, risks her life in an unsanitary "vulture's roost." In contrast, a clean, well-equipped hospital is shown. Here, doctors take all necessary precautions to help women through their pregnancies, especially in the case of a ceasarian section operation.
The title card reads: "Childbirth, a story depicting the birth of a baby." All above information was found in the cutting continuity in the film's copyright records. Although no reviews or release dates have been found, evidence indicates that the film was released in 1938.