Birth asphyxia is a serious medical condition that can occur when a baby's breathing is interrupted during or after birth. Sometimes, it can result in death.
Meconium aspiration syndrome: What every parent needs to know
Meconium aspiration syndrome (MAS) is a life-threatening condition that can occur in newborns. It can occur when a newborn inhales meconium (dark green feces).
How to Handle an Obstructed Labor: What to Do When Labor Gets Stuck
Obstructed labor is one where despite good uterine contractions, the progressive descent of the presenting part is arrested due to mechanical obstruction.
Episiotomy: What is it, How is it Done, and Recovery
Episiotomy is a surgical procedure that is used to enlarge the vaginal opening during childbirth. This can help ease the baby's passage out of the birth canal.
What to Do If Your Baby’s Umbilical Cord Prolapses
Cord prolapse is a condition occurs when the umbilical cord drops down into the birth canal before the baby is born. This can happen during labor or delivery.
The 4 Stages of Labour and their Duration
4 stages of labour- Stage 1: Full dilatation of the cervix (10 cm). Stage 2: Delivery of the baby. Stage 3: Expulsion of the placenta. Stage 4: Observation.
How is Normal Labour different from Abnormal Labour?
Normal labour is spontaneous in onset without undue prolongation and terminates naturally; abnormal labour progresses slowly affecting health of mother and baby.
Difference between False Labour Pains and True Labour Pains
False labour pain occurs before the onset of true labour pain with some discomfort in the abdomen and true pain involves regular painful uterine contractions.
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