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Women may not seek help for pelvic floor disorders

...y mass index, number of vaginal deliveries, and if forceps were used to assist delivery or not. The symptoms of the disease may begin after the first time a woman gives birth and with age the condition may worsen, depending on the presence of other factors as well. Exercising regularly may help in dealing wi...

Midwives demand that pregnant women should be made to pay for epidurals!

...t! The intervention that might be needed are using forceps to deliver the baby, or a ventouse pump, which is attached to the baby's head. The decision of the committee was that women wanting one for non-medical reasons should be forced to pay. The proposal has been drafted as follows:- "This conference is...

Use of forceps causes baby’s deat

... The doctor said that he used a suction device and forceps because the baby was not in the right position. A Birmingham Crown Court jury was said that Olivia Rowlings was born at the Royal Shrewsbury Hospital on May 14, 2002, and died after eight hours due to serious head and brain injuries. Dr El-Khadem w...

Surgeons Retrieve ‘Three-Year-Old’ Forceps From Patient’s Abdoen

...e, surgeons have reported the removal of a pair of forceps (eight-inch long) left inside the patient's abdomen three years ago//. The forceps is said to have been left inside the 17-year old Pakistani patient while she had underwent appendect...

Skilled Obstetricians to avoid unnecessary Caesareans

...the decision whether to try a vaginal birth, using forceps or a ventouse, or carry out a Caesarean is taken i...of the cervix. However, no effort was taken to use forceps or a ventouse for a normal vaginal delivery in 55% of such cases. The rate of failure with instrumen...

Does C-Section Stand for ‘Concern’? Study Reveals One in Hundred Babies ‘Hut’

...ery through the birth canal with the assistance of forceps or vacuum contributed to the highest rate of fetal injury, while elective repeat cesarean deliveries was relatively low risk, scientists said. "Women should be counseled that, although fetal injury is uncommon, it is not absent in cesarean deliver...

New, Minimally-Invasive Surgery for the Morbidly Obese

...alls of two pigs with an endoscope. Using grasping forceps and T-tag sutures, the defects were sequentially closed. The closure proved immediately successful with gastric distention with air insufflation and no evidence of subsequent additional air or infection within the peritoneal cavity. “Wall closure...

Risk of Hemorrhage Increased in Vaginally Born Babies

... the length of the labor, nor the use of vacuum or forceps to assist the delivery caused the bleeds," Dr. Gilmore said. "The bleeds are probably caused by pressure on the skull during delivery." In a newborn, the bones of the skull have not fused together, so the bones of the skull can shift and frequently...

Link Between Childbirth and Stress Incontinence Established

...women each year. Rates were particularly high when forceps had been used to assist the delivery. Even so, t...e women in the study with prolapse recalled having forceps used during childbirth, nearly twice the amount (about 27 percent) of women in the study who do not ...

Postnatal Health and Sexual Problems Persist Even After a Year

... about the long-term health effects resulting from forceps deliveries and the variations in ill health between white and Asian women. Both these areas could benefit from further research. "It's also important to point out that while women who had had caesareans reported fewer problems with the health issue...

Forceps Left in Woman's Abdomen

...e in which some doctors reportedly left a pair of forceps in a young woman's abdomen after a surgical proced...pital at Athagarh in Cuttack district had left the forceps in her abdomen during an operation. The state government has ordered Cuttack's chief district medi...

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