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They Want To Do Autopsy On My Stillborn But It Is My Precious Baby Shoudl I
Up to you.: An autopsy may be able to rule out congenital abnormalities that were not known. An autopsy and placenta exam may determine if an infection caused the death of the baby. Sometimes an autopsy will not be able to come up with a definitive cause of death. So it is up to you if you would like the death to be investigated further, with the understanding that an answer still may not be determined. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
An autopsy is an examination of an individual after death to ascertain the cause of death. It can be a complete examination of all organs or a focussed examination of one (or several) organ(s). It may involve gross examination (features obvious to the naked eye) as well as microscopic examination of dissected tissues. The results are often released in the form ...Read more
Depends: An autopsy may be able to rule out congenital abnormalities that were not known while in the womb. Additionally an autopsy and placenta exam may determine if an infection caused the death of the baby. Sometimes an autopsy will not be able to come up with a definitive cause of death. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
After autopsy report on stillborn there was a blood clot found in umbilical cord, but doctor said it was post mortem, is it possible?
I encourage them to: The pregnancy creates the expectation and preparation for an outcome. Many don't understand how mothers can cope with this event, and I have seen many different reactions over the years. I do encourage the parents to visualize and hold the baby.Without doing so, mom's can be haunted by what baby may have looked like, and have recurrent nightmares that include deformities and other imagined events. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I'm 19w. All my tests have been perfect but convinced my baby will be still born. Am i being realistic. Been reading 1 in 200 births are stillborn?
Time to talk: Statistically 4% of all pregnancies have some unexpected outcome.This includes all unforeseen clefts, premature deliveries, down syndrome, respiratory distress, etc. That leaves a 96% success rate for a normal outcome to all who travel that road. If you are focused on this issue it may be you need to do some couch work with a therapist. It is not unusual to worry about this to some degree. ...Read more
I gave birth to my stillborn son on 25th april 2013 we really want another baby when is it recommended to try again?
3 mos: Wait at least 3 months to allow your body to return to normal and then try again. ...Read more
I had a stillborn 4 wks ago. Ferretin level is 33. Do I need an oral supplement before trying for another baby?im not sure of previous ferretin level
What do you suggest if my son was stillborn and had twelve fingers twelve toes will I have another child with this?
Probably not: If you're offered a chance for chromosomal studies and/or an autopsy, go for it. There's a good chance this is Patau's which doesn't recur that often. And please remember this -- the fact that Junior was otherwise well-formed tells the world that you can, indeed, have a healthy baby. May you find comfort in the weeks ahead. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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