Pelvic inflammatory disease (PID) is an infection of the woman's reproductive organs (uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes) caused by sexually transmitted bacteria.
Obstructed labor is one where despite good uterine contractions, the progressive descent of the presenting part is arrested due to mechanical obstruction.
Ventouse delivery is a safe and effective way to deliver your baby. This type of delivery uses a vacuum device to help the baby out of the womb.
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.
Vaginal birth after cesarean is when a woman who has previously had a cesarean delivery attempts to deliver vaginally with or without medical interventions.
A hydatidiform mole is a benign gestational trophoblastic disease characterized by abnormal growth of the placenta and the embryo develops into a mass of cysts.
Syphilis is a sexually transmitted infection (STI) caused by a type of bacteria known as Treponema pallidum, generally transmitted through sexual contact.
Premature rupture of membranes occur when your water breaks before 37 weeks of pregnancy caused by natural membrane weakening or by the power of contractions.
Uterine prolapse is an abnormal position of the uterus in which the uterus descent downwards and protrudes into or out of vagina due to weakened pelvic muscles.