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Delivery Complications Cephalopelvic Disproportion
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
Delivery complications are problems that occur during childbirth, affecting the mother and/or baby. Complications include having difficulty with a natural vaginal birth and having a baby positioned incorrectly before being born, both which may require additional surgical procedures and medication. Further problems may be encountered after delivery such as severe bleeding in the mother and various health ...Read more
2 weeks: Really depends on the nature of the complication. ...Read more
Delivery complicatio: This includes a large area. There are fetal complications and maternal complications. Most of fetal complications relate to trauma and asphyxia. Maternal complications relate to trauma, laceration and bleeding.Sometimes injury to important organs. ...Read more
C-section, dystocia.: Poorly controlled diabetes mellitus in pregnancy can cause large fetus (macrosomia) and increase the risk of labor dystocia requiring cesarean section, or even shoulder dystocia with severe complications. Large babies can also cause uterine atony and severe postpartum hemorrhage. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes: Can have few clots post delivery.Get a more detailed answer ›
Had vaginal normal delivery with no complications. When can we fly between states to visit family?
Not subtle: Typically a birth complicated by significant birth asphyxia, which is where the baby is not getting enough blood and oxygen to the brain, is followed by a floppy baby, often with little crying or breathing without help from the doctors and nurses, seizures may also be a complication. Baby's may need to be on a breathing machine. Mild birth asphyxia may only have low tone that goes away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Breech delivery: Basically means delivering first the baby butt then the head. It is very risky because head can get trapped inside the uterus and also hypoxic episodes are more prone in this case of delivery. Head is the largest part of the baby so maternal pelvis may not accomodate the head. Today in civilised world no one delivers breech unless the baby butt is out and you can't do a cesarean. ...Read more
Not likely: Although the causes for autism are still being discovered and likely involve a combination of factors, complications during delivery/birth, while being a risk factor for many other problems, do not seem to be a major contributor or risk for autism specifically. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Because of having my thyroid taken out will there be a lot of complications in the delivery room ?
2weeks after delivery, can I do activities such as roller coasters , jet skis, ? Or can it cause complications?
May be too early: It is generally advised to avoid too much vigorous physical activity until about 6 weeks after delivery. Wound healing, anemia, fatigue and the need to focus on your new baby are all reasons to wait until your obgyn gives you clearance to return to normal activities. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
7 mths ago I gave birth.Natural delivery,no complications.Ever since had pain on right side like a constant pulling feeling&pain at end of urination. ?
See GYN: Best to let the GYN know and get an exam. You may have acquired a strained area during the birthing process, and or even have an underlying UTI, etc. best wishes. ...Read more
If vagina is intact before and after getting accidently pregnant, what might be complications during delivery?
My dopler scan says a loop of cord vessel seen close to the fetal neck .is their any complication in normal delivery?
Common: This is common and usually causes no problem but the cord can tighten during delivery. The fetal monitor should show if there is a problem and you might have to have a C-section but I have delivered many babies with the cord around the neck vaginally and just lifted the cord over the baby's head after the head came out with no problem. ...Read more
If I have fast pregnancies, is it possible to schedule induced labor to reduce complications from precipitous delivery.
Sure - talk to OBGYN: Precipitous labor and deliveries in your past make the request for elective labor induction at 39-40 weeks completely reasonable and legitimate. Talk to your obstetrician to see if that can be arranged; if not, seek second opinion. Best of luck! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Does having a previous endometritis effect current pregnancy or cause any type of complications during labor and delivery?
Want to know what complications a sedentary lifestyle can cause during labor and delivery and the baby. I'm healthy but not phys active @ 36 weeks. ?
How long does a mother have to be detained at the hospital after normal delivery with no complications?
48 hours: The first 48 hours are important as the baby is transitioning from fetal circulation (blood flow characteristics while inside mom) to regular independent blood circulation. The baby is also transitioning from never having breathed before, to breathing earth's air fully independently. Mom also has to transition her body's processes back to her non-pregnant condition. ...Read more
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