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What is the definition or description of: short umbilical cord?

What is the definition or description of: short umbilical cord?

35 cm: The mean of term umbilical cord length is 50 to 60 cm. A short cord at term is less than 35 cm. ...Read more

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Dr. Annette Fineberg
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Breech Delivery (Definition)

Breech is the word used to describe a baby that is positioned in the womb ...Read more


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Wen i had my baby i was told the umbilical cord was short.What could cause that?

Wen i had my baby i was told the umbilical cord was short.What could cause that?

Not significant: Cords vary in length, needing only to be long enough to connect baby to the placenta and assure transfer of nutrients.The longest I've seen was about 7 feet, but baby had it wrapped 5 times around the neck before her c/s delivery at term. (normal baby) the average is about 2-3 feet.I see no reason to worry about it. ...Read more

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I feel pains im ma umbilical cord and a little swollen at de side of it, please what is de cause?

I feel pains im ma umbilical cord and a little swollen at de side of it, please what is de cause?

Hernia possible: Umbilical hernias cause a bulge and pain at or near the umbilicus. See your surgeon to determine if it is a hernia, it may need surgery. ...Read more

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What cause noise in the stomach and pain in umbilical cord?

What cause noise in the stomach and pain in umbilical cord?

Unlikely situation: Only a newborn has an umbilical cord and there is no way you would not know if the nb is having pain from the cord. Noise in the stomach is likely gas. ...Read more

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My umbilical cord hurt twice before i played sports.what may be the cause?

My umbilical cord hurt twice before i played sports.what may be the cause?

I assume you mean: umbilicus(belly button)that hurt. You may be developing a hernia at the site,or it could be infected. If the pain continues,see a Dr. ...Read more

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What are the common causes of on and off itch and redness of umbilical cord of my 2 year old son?

What are the common causes of on and off itch and redness of umbilical cord of my 2 year old son?

Sweat, water, bites : Many of these act just like the skin folds of the body, trapping moisture and from bathing or sweat. Soaps can also be trapped. The salt in the sweat causes itching, the itching aggravates the issue by irritating or tearing skin cells, that are even more irritated by sweat. A good cleaning followed by alcohol will dry out the area. Bug bites also trigger this problem. ...Read more

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Its barely three days before my monthly periods. I have pain on my umbilical cord since yesterday. I feel so uncomfortable. What could be the cause?

Schedule a visit: You no longer have an umbilical cord. That was cut right after you were delivered from your mother. If you mean you are having severe pain from your belly button (umbilicus) then you will need to schedule a visit to be evaluated for a hernia or other causes. ...Read more

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Does tugging on umbilical cord cause herniated belly buttons?

Does tugging on umbilical cord cause herniated belly buttons?

"Innies" vs "Outies": I am not aware of data showing a relationship. If that were the case, we would probably see many more "outies" or umbilical hernias in children delivered in teaching hospitals :/. ...Read more

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What cause an umbilical cord painful?

What cause an umbilical cord painful?

Confusing question: I have never had an infant show me convincing evidence of umbilical cord pain.(and they can not tell me) in fact, there are no nerve endings in an umbilical cord so it cannot send pain messages. Perhaps you are thinking about another body part. ...Read more

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Why does my baby start kicking and flipping more when I lay down? Could my positioning cause umbilical cord issues?

Why does my baby start kicking and flipping more when I lay down? Could my positioning cause umbilical cord issues?

Ultrasound may tell: Many women report increased fetal movement when they lie on their sides. We believe that is related to an increase in blood flow to the baby due to a change in the mother's position and activity. With regard to positioning and cord compression, it is typically the position of the fetus/cord in a uterus with a low amount of amniotic fluid that is occasionally associated with "issues" or problems. ...Read more

Dr. Bernard Seif
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Short Umbilical Cord (Definition)

The mean of term umbilical cord length is 50 to 60 cm. A short cord at term is ...Read more