Birth Trauma Archives - Page 5 of 5 - Goodwin & Scieszka

For many mothers, their labor process might begin normally, but they encounter problems later on as labor progresses. Sometimes, labor stalls and the baby stops making progress on its own, or the mother becomes so exhausted that she’s no longer able to push on her own. In other cases, labor can become more complicated due

Birth injuries can take on many different forms, including cerebral palsy, brachial plexus injuries, Erb’s palsy, brain injuries, broken bones, or even death. Depending on the nature of a birth injury, many babies are able to make a full recovery with time and medical treatment. Unfortunately, this isn’t always the case and many children suffer

When a person learns they’re expecting a child, one of the biggest concerns they have is that their child will be healthy. Expectant mothers will often go to great lengths to stay healthy during pregnancy so that their children have the best chance at a healthy start in life. In the majority of cases, all

Although medical science has come a long way in making childbirth safer for both the mother and the baby, it is still a very delicate process. It’s very easy for complications to arise and when they do, the effects can be very serious for both the mother and the child if the doctor doesn’t act

Although advancements in medical technology has helped make childbirth a safer process than it used to be, it can still be very dangerous. There are many complications that can arise and cause harm to both the mother or the child. According to the World Health Organization, 830 people around the world die every day because

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