hi. im about to tell u my story. tomorrow is my daughters 6th birthday,heart breakingly as she was stillborn due to placenta abruption.This also happened with my first pregnancy,thankfully i have a twelve yr old daughter as she survived. after my first abruption i should have been given advice on falling pregnant again,alas this was not given.i have found some facts from the net that have helped tell me why this happened to me. 1 smoking 2.this happens to female babies more than males in the womb. 3.stress. 4.not enough rest. 5.Diabetes. i hope your pregnancy goes well and wish you all the joy in the world with this baby. i also have a wee boy and that pregnancy went fine.
I am now six months pregnant and doing fine; however, at 1 month I had what they said was placental abruption. I just started bleeding one day for no reason. I was put on 7 days of bed rest, went back for another ultrasound, and they could find nothing wrong at all. It was a miracle of God, no doubt, due to fervent prayer from many friends and family. I do not smoke or have any other risk factors. I have a 4 year old son and experienced no problems with him at all. Hopefully all will continue to go well.
Placental abruption is a medical condition in which the placenta detaches from the uterus.
Diagnosis of placental abruption relies heavily on the patient's report of her symptoms and a physical examination performed by a health care provider.
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I would definitely discuss with your ob/gyn or even your family physician.
Check out this site, or you could search "placental abruption" or abrutio placentae" in any search engine. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Placental_abruption
The first line of treatment for placental abruption involves replacing the mother's lost blood with blood transfusions and fluids given through a needle in a vein. Oxygen will be administered, usually by a mask or through tubes leading to the nose.
older age of the mother, history of placental abruption during a previous pregnancy, high blood pressure, diabetes, collagen vascular diseases, the presence of a type of uterine tumor called a leiomyoma, twins, triplets, or other multiple pregnancies.
cord prolapse placental abruption and not large enough chest cavity
Strongly doubt it. So far as I know, there is no known relationship between chiari malformation and the placental abnormalities mentioned above (pre-eclampsia, abruption, previa).
African-American and Latin-American women have a greater risk of this complication than do Caucasian women.
The remaining 14% of c-sections, including prolapse of the umbilical cord, "placental abruption", "placental previa" or the baby is in a transverse position, lying horizontally across the pelvis.
Aspiration pneumonia is a risk factor. In addition to other risk factors, it is the result of premature exposure, and pregnancy trauma.
Yes, using cocaine in particular can cause the placenta to separate from the uterus during pregnancy (placental abruption).
the rigorous movements causes placental abruption which means the placenta, which transfers nutrients and oxygen, detaches from the uterus and the baby dies.
You should check with your Dr before becoming pregnant again. You are at a higher risk for it happening again if you've experienced it once.
Yes, Breus Mole is a very rare complication of placental abruption in which the placenta essentially bleeds into itself. It is thought to be caused by maternal thrombosis.
The most common causes of slight spotting during pregnancy are implantation bleeding, miscarriage, ectopic pregnancy, placenta previa, and placental abruption.
Placenta abruptio or placental abruption is abnormal separation of the placenta from the uterine wall.
Premature birth is caused by premature labor, placental abruption, placenta previa, premature rupture of membranes, incompetent cervix, maternal toxemia, drug abuse or is usually unknown.
Heroin has been known to cause birth defects, low birth weight, stillbirth, and placental abruption according to the March of Dimes.http://www.marchofdimes.org/pregnancy/heroin-and-pregnancy.aspx#
include bleeding from the vagina, severe pain in the abdomen or back, and tenderness of the uterus. Depending on the severity of the bleeding, the mother may experience a drop in blood pressure, followed by symptoms of organ failure.
You don't get your period but some women do have bleeding. There can be many causes from implantation bleeding, subchorionic hemorrhage, loss of a fetus, placental abruption are just a few. Any bleeding during pregnancy should be brought to the attention of your doctor.
"Placental" describes a placental mammal.
No. There are no insects which are placental.