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Cephalopelvic Disproportion Hemorrhage In Mother
Head is too large...: The easiest way to visualize this is that the head is too large to pass through the birth canal. Cephalo means head and pelvic is the birth canal. ...Read more
My mother is 48 and she has been experiencing heavy bleeding from her vagina for 2 weeks now and she is not on her period, is she okay!? What is wrong
My mother had intracerebral hemorrhage in 1996 (16 years ago. Her left side is getting stiff. Can you advise any medicine or treatment for her muscles?
Increased tone: She is likely experiencing increased tone and spasticity on the side that is opposite the intracerebral hemorrahage. Physical and occupational therapy and rehabilitation medicine are key to help to keep the muscles fluid and mobile. There are a host of medications that are designed to help with the muscle spasticity (ie. Valium, baclofen). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother (66) has tiny capillary hemorrhages under the knee till the toes on both legs in last 3 yrs. What can it be from? What should be checked?
From A to Z.: There is a very long list of conditions that can directly or indirectly be involved with the presence of these very small hemorrhages. It is your and your mother's best interest to have her condition evaluated by a doctor. ...Read more
Highly varaible: It varies from 1, 100 per 100, 000 in mozambique to 8 per 100, 000 in the usa to the lowest of 1 per 100, 000 in (can you believe this?): greece and grenada (they're tied!) perhaps you should consider moving to greece? (not). ...Read more
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See doc/therapist: It is not easy dealing with the loss of a loved one and everyone bereaves differently for up to a year. You may never forget the event, but things should get better after 6-12 months. If you have significant problems after this period, likely u are having depression/anxiety or othe issues needing intervention. There is no shame in getting some help! please consult doc/therapist asap. Good luck. ...Read more
Yes: Unfortunately, childbirth can still cause death. This is usually from bleeding, general anesthesia or stroke. Your best bet to reduce this risk is to start your pregnancy healthy. Eat a balanced diet, exercise and control any medical problems you do have. Nothing can take the risk to zero but you would be surprised how much you can do! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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