Last quote by Jan Rydfors
If the placenta accreta is a very minor one–where the placenta is only slightly stuck to the womb–it will usually come out with an extra tug. It's typically performed a month or more before the due date to make sure the delivery happens before spontaneous labor occurs. The most extreme case I've seen is when nearly the whole placenta had grown into the womb, and it [was] literally impossible to separate it.feedback
“Not removing the uterus may be an option, but it's not risk-free, and it's often associated with very heavy bleeding and potential scarring inside the womb.” said Jan Rydfors on this article: What You Need to Know About Kim Kardashian West's High-Risk Pregnancy. This page contains 2 articles quoting Jan Rydfors. Main topics on which Jan Rydfors is quoted are deal and contraction. In addition you’ll find 4 quotes there. All these quotes are mentioned on this page and you can filter them by date and by topics.
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Mar 27 2017
Not removing the uterus may be an option, but it's not risk-free, and it's often associated with very heavy bleeding and potential scarring inside the womb.feedback
Mar 27 2017
But in rare cases, the placenta will have grown into the wall of the womb itself, preventing it from easily detaching at the time of birth. This deeply imbedded and stuck placenta is called a placenta accreta. The highest risk is when a pregnant woman has had one or more Cesareans in the past, and the current placenta appears to be growing over the Cesarean scar. Fortunately, ultrasounds and MRIs can often pick up more than 90% of them in the second trimester of the pregnancy.feedback
Jan 23 2017
It is a super sensitive way to pick up uterine contractions. It may not sound like a big deal, but it's huge.feedback
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