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Doctor insights on: Symptoms Of Birth Asphyxia

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What is birth asphyxia?

What is birth asphyxia?

See below: All 3 terms refer to a decrease in the amount of oxygen the baby receives during the birthing process. If severe, it could have an effect on the child's brain. ...Read more

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What is birth asphyxia? Anoxia? Hypoxia?

What is birth asphyxia? Anoxia? Hypoxia?

See below: All 3 terms refer to a decrease in the amount of oxygen the baby receives during the birthing process. If severe, it could have an effect on the child's brain. ...Read more

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Birth asphyxia, developmental delays, no chromosomal abnormalities. So what is it?

Birth asphyxia, developmental delays, no chromosomal abnormalities. So what is it?

Birth asphyxia: Birth asphyxia can cause all of the issues you mention. It is important to enroll in an early childhood program where the PT,OT and developmental therapy staff can assist the baby in making as much progress as possible. ...Read more

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8days boy sever birth asphyxia.total bilirubin 58mg Diret bili 20mg .lncreased liver enzymes low haemoglobin.normal abdomenal ultrasound.what diagnosi?

8days boy sever birth asphyxia.total bilirubin 58mg Diret bili 20mg .lncreased liver enzymes low haemoglobin.normal abdomenal ultrasound.what diagnosi?

Very concerning: Massive hepatic necrosis in a newborn can be from herpes, CMV, medications, perhaps shock, etc. I hope for a good outcome but wish you strength and courage whatever happens. ...Read more

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What kind of condition is suffocation (asphyxia) during birth?

What kind of condition is suffocation (asphyxia) during birth?

Lack of oxygen: Prior to labor, the oxygen line supplying baby is tucked in between the body parts in the womb & generally works well or baby wouldn't form right.Labor stresses baby, increases oxygen needs and increases demand on the placenta. If detaching, wrapped around the neck or tied in a loose knot;labor may lead to a cut off o2 and damage to baby may result.Forgetting to start breathing can do the same thing. ...Read more

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What are the most common symptoms of delivery complication - asphyxia?

What are the most common symptoms of delivery complication - asphyxia?

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 more

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What are the symptoms associated with severe bleeding after giving birth?

What are the symptoms associated with severe bleeding after giving birth?

Bleeding after birth: I am assuming that you are interested in what to do with the bleeding that continues after you go home...How much is too much...How long is too long. I refer you to the site of an obgyn group that really has one of the best explanations I have seen. It should answer your questions- http://tinyurl.Com/dxogp9n. ...Read more

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Is scolisis heritery or caused at birth my brother is diagnosed with it and my son is having simariler symptoms

It can be genetic.: Scoliosis--abnormal curvature of the spine--can be hereditary or it may develop from injury or infection. Obviously your son's pediatrician is the best resource to determine if this presumptive scoliosis is abnormal requiring orthopedic intervention. A pediatric orthopedist is also well qualified to answer your concerns. Call for an appointment soon. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of anaemia? N how can it affect me knowing that i recenty gave birth to my second baby....

What are the symptoms of anaemia? N how can it affect me knowing that i recenty gave birth to my second baby....

Anemia: Will depend on the severity of the anemia and the cause of the anemia. When your hemoglobin is significantly low-you can feel fatigue, tired, some dizziness, lack of energy, chest pain/discomfort, shortness of breath, fainting etc. If only mild-sometimes, you won;t have any symptom-except mild fatigue perhaps. You can just get a simple blood work to see if you are anemic or not. Go to your doc. ...Read more

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