Opening the uterine cavity.Hysterectomy:
Removing the uterus.Placenta praevia:
Placenta lying low in the uterus, sometimes covering the mouth of the uterus completely so as to prevent the baby’s passage into the birth canal.
Abruptio placentae or placental abruption:
Separation of the placenta from its uterine bed, causing mild or at times life threatening bleeding in the mother, compromising the fetal well being as well.
Sticky blackish stool that the baby passes during the newborn period.Pulmonary embolus:
This can be a life threatening complication-it is a clot that has travelled from the leg veins up into the heart and blocked the blood supply to the lungs.Hemorrhage:
Bleeding from any site-at times heavily.Prolapse of umbilical cord:
The umbilical cord drops down through the cervix into the vagina and may get entangled with the baby.Bicornuate uterus:
A deformity which results in a heart shaped uterus which is split in the middle and the two compartments are separated by a septum.APGAR score:
A scoring system used to assess the well-being of a newborn baby. It is performed after 1 minute and 5 minutes of childbirth.