Shoulder dystocia, unusually difficult childbirth

Shoulder dystocia occurs when a baby’s head passes through the vagina during birth, but his shoulders were stuck inside the mother. This can be risky for both mother and baby. Dystocia means a “labor and delivery slow or difficult.”

Shoulder dystocia may occur when:

  • The baby is bigger than usual. Overweight women and women with diabetes have an increased risk of having bigger babies.
  • The opening of the mother’s pelvis is too small for the baby’s shoulders to pass.
  • While there are risk factors for shoulder dystocia, health professionals usually can not predict or prevent it. In most of cases are discovered after delivery has begun.

Bleeding, menstrual and menstrual disorders

Bleeding, menstrual and menstrual disordersMost common cause of vaginal bleeding is menstruation – a recurring bleeding during the time of the sexually mature woman. Outside of menstruation is the most common cause of vaginal bleeding, a menstrual disorder due to menstrual irregularities.

Pregnant and bleeding?

If the bleeding during a pregnancy but one, it shows the timing and intensity of bleeding, whether it may be a dangerous sign is. A doctor visit is useful in any case.

A slight spotting at the time of implantation is harmless, while bleeding should be immediately clarified in a stronger, whether it is a harmless or a need of treatment is bleeding, which may indicate a miscarriage is.

What to do in case of Bleeding?

A hemorrhage is bleeding that is caused by damaging of blood vessel. The bleeding may be external, if blood is flowing to the outside or inside if the blood is kept inside the body. In the event that damage has occurred in an artery, blood flow will be bright red in large numbers and depending on the caliber of the artery, with great force.
As the heart continues to drive without regard to blood loss, large amounts of blood, this is lost in a few moments, so that arterial bleeding is always a medical emergency and requires urgent transfer to hospital.