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The last of the ten plagues was Makat Bechorot, where all firstborn Egyptians were killed overnight.
We know from Pidyon Haben that a firstborn son, born after a mother had miscarried (after more than 40 days) is not required to have a Pidyon performed.
So I am wondering, does this change of status to firstborns born after miscarriages apply to other situations as well?
Were post-miscarriage "firstborn" Egyptians subject to the plague or was it just pure firstborns?