What is ECV ? ECV (External Cephalic Version) means turning the baby from a breech position to a head first position. What are the implications of having a Breech delivery ? About 4% of pregnancies are breech at term. Each pregnant lady will be counselled about the options for delivery. The ...
Some women, who have previously had one caesarean section, consider having a natural birth in a subsequent pregnancy. The benefits of having a VBAC (Vaginal Birth after Caesarean) are fairly straightforward - you have no abdominal surgery or wound to recover from, you can leave the hospital ...
Occasionally there may be a need to induce labour and deliver a baby. There are many reasons for this which include (not exhaustive) ... Pre-eclampsia Diabetes mellitus Ruptured membranes Growth restriction in a fetus Postdates pregnancy Sometimes induction can not be undertaken ...
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