Uterine bleeding

August 12, 2017 17:51 | Puerperium

Severe complication in childbirth becomes uterine bleeding.It may be due to the placenta, uterine atony and hypotension, as well as in violation of the blood coagulation system.At birth after birth afterbirth (placenta) is usually separated on their own due to uterine contractions.This usually occurs within 30 minutes after birth.Subsequent carefully inspected to make sure it is safe.Sometimes, for various reasons (due to the absence or weakness of uterine contractions, improper attachment of the placenta), the last is not separated.There is a risk of bleeding.Therefore, the physician must enter the hand into the uterus and placenta separated and recovered by hand.A similar intervention is made in cases where the slices remain in the uterus placenta.Most often, this surgery is performed under general anesthesia.

Sometimes bleeding occurs after birth and the expulsion of the placenta.It is called hypotonic because caused by inadequate uterine contractility due to decreased tone.Such bleeding in the postp

artum period represent a great danger to the woman's life.The reasons they may be inferior uterine muscles resulting in extensive inflammation, injury, abortion, the presence of tumors in the uterus (fibroids), prolonged uterine hyperextension at the double, large fruits have a lot of women giving birth.In this situation, it is important to determine the cause of bleeding: may remain in the uterus of the placenta or the extra slice, as well as eliminate the possibility of damage to the uterus (gap) in the process of childbirth.Doctor hand holding a thorough examination of the uterus and uterine massage.Always with regard to the volume of blood loss and puerperal reaction to it.Normally, blood loss at delivery is within the 250-300 ml (such blood loss is considered to be physiological, it is compensated by a woman's body).The blood loss of over 300 ml can lead to the body puerperal decompensation as well as hemorrhagic collapse.

Here's an example from my practice.

Catherine M (32 years old, a resident of rural areas) came to the hospital during the sixth delivery.She had five pregnancies that ended in normal childbirth.It has five healthy children.On admission to the emergency room moved amniotic fluid.M. translated into the delivery room, 30 minutes later gave birth to a live boy weighing 4500 g After 10 minutes, the last stood alone with all segments and shells.And immediately began profuse bleeding.Blood loss was 1200 ml.Only thanks to qualified and timely actions of medical team, midwives and nurses woman was saved, the bleeding was stopped, the blood loss was made up for by the transfusion of donated blood and blood products.

Catherine M. has been my patient for another year after childbirth.That record, which she made in the guest book at the antenatal clinic:

«I gave birth to a beautiful baby, the midwife showed it to me.And soon I still swam before his eyes, remembered only bright lamp on the ceiling and people in white coats.When I regained consciousness after anesthesia, I learned that was on the brink of a precipice.In the hospital I had to stay not five days, as in the previous birth, and all 10. Little fed only a month, and milk was not enough, and then completely disappeared.I was discharged home with lots of advice on diet and continue treatment.After 2 months, I felt quite healthy, blood tests were in the norm.But for a few months, I continued to take my doctor recommended drug charges, and that helped me recover and restore health.I'm willing to share these recipes, they may have someone else to help, as his time to help me.

Requires aloe leaf juice and honey in equal proportions.

Preparation: insist in a dark place for a week.

Application: 1 tbsp.l.2-3 times a day, half an hour before meals for a month.After a ten-day break, such a course can be repeated.

Wanted: 3 tbsp.l.rosehip, carrot seed, nettle leaves and 1 tbsp.l.rowan berries.

Preparation: mixture pour 2 cups boiling water and infuse for an hour, drain.

Application: 0.5 cup 3-4 times a day for a month.

Cheers!Your Catherine M. ".