The wonders of pregnancy and childbirth are one of the most beautiful and unique experiences in a woman’s life. However, pregnancy complications during childbirth can happen to anyone, even one who has had a normal, trouble free pregnancy.
Some of the most common concerns are:
Abnormal presentations will increase a woman’s risk for injuries to the uterus or birth canal. Breech babies are also at risk, for injury or a prolapsed umbilical cord. Amongst abnormal presentations, transverse lie is the most serious and can lead to ruptured uterus as well as foetal injury.
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