Researchers from the Obstetrics and Gynecology Unit at Queen
Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital in London recently published a study in
the journal Human Reproduction on the effect of C-section scarring on future implantation.
Researchers and authors from the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology with Washington University report women who experience vaginal bleeding early in a twin pregnancy may be at increased risk of pregnancy complications.
Placenta previa is a potentially life-threatening condition during and after pregnancy when the placenta covers the cervix .
When your placenta moves up, it also makes way for your baby to leave the birth canal when it’s time for labor. However, some women’s placentas never make their way up, and this condition is called placenta previa.
Placenta previa, a medical condition characterized by a low attachment of the placenta over the cervical opening, can increase the risk of hysterectomy and excessive blood loss during C-section delivery.
The placenta is the organ that supplies all the oxygen and nutrients the
growing fetus needs.
Vaginal bleeding in pregnancy is far more common during the first trimester of pregnancy than many women believe. Bleeding in pregnancy in the second and third trimesters, however is of far greater concern.
A placenta previa is a placenta that is implanted at or close to the cervix. It happens in about 1 in 200 pregnancies, though the incidence has increased over the last years because certain risk factors such as prior cesarean sections have increased.
A placenta creta, accreta, increta, or percreta is a placenta that grows during pregnancy into or through the uterus. Having this condition is life-threatening and requires expert surgical and medical care.
When vaginal births are too risky or the birth must happen very quickly, a cesarean section or delivery, or c-section, is chosen by the obstetrician for the safety of both baby and mom.
A placenta previa is a placenta that covers the cervix. There are several risk factors that increase the chance of a placenta previa.
A placenta previa is a placenta that is implanted at or close to the cervix.
Complications of a cesarean section include bleeding, infections, injury to organs, and future placenta accreta and placenta previa.
There are no scientific studies which address whether using a vibrator during pregnancy is safe or not. For for most normal, healthy pregnant women, orgasm is a good release
and often easier to achieve due to the increased vascularity of the
What are my odds that I will have a placenta previa an accreta or another placental anomaly?
Studies have shown that having an orgasm during pregnancy has no adverse effect on the pregnancy, it does not hurt the baby, nor does it complicate the pregnancy. It also does not improve your fertility and your chances getting pregnant.
Can I masturbate while I am pregnant?