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What is uterine perforation and how is it treated?

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Dr. Luis Gonzalez
Obstetrics & Gynecology
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In brief: Observation

Most uterine perforations will happen through the fundus or thicker muscular top of the womb.
This area tends to heal well with minimal bleeding. Observation is appropriate as long as the patient's blood count is normal and no signs of infection are present.

In brief: Observation

Most uterine perforations will happen through the fundus or thicker muscular top of the womb.
This area tends to heal well with minimal bleeding. Observation is appropriate as long as the patient's blood count is normal and no signs of infection are present.
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