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Can You Amniotic Fluid Embolism Quickly
Usually a blood clot that migrates from one area of the body to another. Most commonly a clot from a leg vein to the lung . It can also pertain to a clot, or atheromatous material that moves from one segment to another, such as cholesterol material in a carotid lesion moving into the ...Read more
If the amniotic sac didn't break then would amniotic flyid embolisim be impossible? Can babies be delivered without amniotic sac broke?
Can you have an Amniotic fluid embolisim without any trauma to uterus? How do you prevent cervical tears that cause AFE?
Rare: Fortunately amniotic fluid embolism is rare and it is not necessarily caused by cervical tears. The only way to completely prevent cervical tears is by c-section before labor and amniotic fluid embolism can occur with c-section. This is truly sufficiently rare that it is not a realistic worry. Talk to your OB and if you continue to worry seek counseling to help with your fear. Hope this helps. ...Read more
Rare: This a rare but very serious problem. It can occur when amniotic fluid gets into the blood stream and sets up a reaction that can b e life threatening., . ...Read more
Extremely rare: Air embolism refers to air or gas entering the blood stream. In an adult it can be from an intravenous line. In the case of a fetus the potential would be from the mothers bloodstream or vaginal canal. If you have concerns then discuss these with your obstetrician. They are here to help you and rare case reports exist. ...Read more
Rare: Rare and you do NOT get AFE's by pushing - ...Read more
Very rarely: Dr. Quarles is right to say that the concern about air embolism from the vagina is greatly overblown, and there is more legend that fact. However, strong air pressure developing in the vagina during late pregnancy does pose a hazard, and rarely, fatal and near fatal cases have occurred, from orogenital sex or any source of air pressure in the vagina. See ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hard to say: Its not a very common problem diff to diagnose je to be thinking about the possibilities when symptoms develop. ...Read more
How can you tell if you have an ovarian cyst..does it rupture and leak fluid during your ovulation times? will there be blood in mucus also?
Ultrasound: to see a cyst you need to take a look on ultrasound. sometime you see it and sometimes you might see a lot of fluid around that shows the cyst already burst open. it is possible to bleed but that is not common ...Read more
No: In fact, a c section may increase the risk of such an event. ...Read more
Need more info: If you are asking about too little amniotic fluid, avoid becoming a diabetic or hypertensive which can decrease fluid. If you are asking about too much fluid, avoid diabetes of pregnancy which can sometimes cause this. If you are asking about amniotic bands, etc then there really is nothing you can do to prevent them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Up: Generally up because of the significant vascular response, vascular dilation and the heart trying to compensate, there is a 50% mortality and those who do not die are in the ICU because they almost died, it's horrible. If you are considering that you have this problem currently, well, you wouldn't be able to write this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can you tell me the symptoms of having amniotic fluids get into your bloodstream why delivering cesarean?
Amniotic fluid: Amniotic fluid embolism is what I assume you are talking about. If a large bolus of fluid gets into your blood stream it can cause very sudden shock. Luckily this is very uncommon. In fact in 20 years I haven't had one of these. If its recognized and treated appropriately women do recover well from this. ...Read more
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