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Forceps Used During Delivery
Tearing is natural : Tearing is natural with pain and weeping.Why you want to avoid tearing.I dont know anything which will stop that. ...Read more
Usually, yes.: It really depends on why the epidural in the first labor did not work. Each epidural is different and independent of a previous one. An epidural can fail because it is placed to deep and is one sided. It can be in the wrong place altogether outside the epidural space. Many people have had failed epidurals and subsequent successful ones. Communicate the first failure with your anesthesiologist! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Because they: Are not supposed to! u need to push the baby out in a reasonable amount of time depending on what your specific situation is, many docs can do an outlet vacuum or forcps ( only the easiest kind to help the baby out) if necessary, and your doc should have an estimated fetal wt all my pts do an us 34-36 wks so I have an idea of est wt, u do n ot want a shoulder dystocia where shoulders get stuck. ...Read more
Potentially big: Shoulder dystocia occurs when the baby's shoulders are stuck behind the pubic bone. Some babies end up with permanent neurologic injuries from this problem, although most have only transient effects from the maneuvers required to complete the delivery. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
None: Unless you have a complication there will not be any. Complications are very rare. ...Read more
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