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C Section Complications Placental Abruption
Yes: Depends on treatment and anatomy.Get a more detailed answer ›
No.: Two vessel cord (i.e. Single umbilical artery) is seen in ~1% of all babies and is generally a normal variant. There is no association with placental abruption which is a notoriously impossible diagnosis to predict on an individual basis. Single umbilical artery may be associated with increased risk for small and anomalious babies and requires frequent testing after 32 weeks (fetal surveillance). ...Read more
Is there any relation between abortion and placental abruption and I don't have any autoimmune diseases ?
Not really. : Here are the risk factors for placental abruption (largely unpredictable and non-preventable severe pregnancy complication): trauma, hypertensive disorders, smoking, cocaine, amniotic fluid disorders, thrombophilia, chorioamnionitis, prior abruption, fetal growth restriction, increasing maternal age and parity, male fetus. As you can see abortion is not among them, especially without immune probs. ...Read more
Can sleep apnea cause placental abruption? If so is there anywhere can I find more information online regarding this?
I lost a baby 2yrs ago at 39wks due to placental abruption now i'm scared to have a baby again even though they plan to take it at 36wk afe is my fear?
High risk pregnancy: Sorry for your loss, but i doubt if anyone could predict the possibility of having afe with your future delivery. I would recommend to schedule your next delivery in the big tertiary center with high acuity for ob/gyn and level iii-iv neonatal medicine intensive care. And follow up your current pregnancy with fetal-maternal medicine specialist. ...Read more
Addicted to lots of stuff. Now in hospital for placental abruption. Shouldnt I be in detox instead?
Gee: Depends on drugs but both conditions need treatment together. ...Read more