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  • LADIES... has this happened to you???

    I know this may be a long shot at getting some information on this or any one who may have started hemorrhaging during or after childbirth. If so, would you share your story and did your dr ever find a medical explanation of why this happened to you, if so, did you file a lawsuit? I know this maybe a touchy subject, and I will understand if you choose not to post your experience.
    Last edited by BurBz; 07-15-2003, 01:14 AM.

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    well about a few hours after i had my baby i hemmorraged
    i still don't know why it happened but when i will pm you cause to me it's personel
    hey babe

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    • #3
      My step daughter was hemorraging before her babies were born last week. I don't know if that counts towards what info you're seeking.

      What would be grounds for a lawsuit?
      ...it is what it is...

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      • #4
        Possibly grounds in lawsuit for maybe like malpractice before your daughter delivered? I don't know, like maybe the dr. gave her a medication that caused this. I know this maybe kind far fetched, but ya know... just looking at all the scenarios.

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        • #5
          .....o man why did my curiousity bring me here..... im a feelin a bit quessy now...... :( any blood talk and its lites out for me...... sorry to hear 'bout your ordeals..... next time I wont be so nosey..... :p
          Never squat naked in spurs

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          • #6
            LUVS! Now look who's being nosy!!:Chatter

            I see, Luvlybutterfly!! I don't think the docs had much to do with it in her case, but in other's the meds issue seems plausible.
            ...it is what it is...

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            • #7
              I feel for you if you experienced this kind of medical emergency or if someone you know did.

              However, there are all kinds of sound medical reasons for a women hemorraging before, during and after childbirth. You are wasting your money on legal fees unless there was someone in that Labor and Delivery Room that can testify the doc screwed up. The placenta is one mass of blood vessels and veins. It secures itself to the wall of the uterus so that nutrients and waste can travel back and forth between mother and child. Sometime the placenta does not attach itself to a secure place in the uterus. Sometimes it attaches right by the cervix where it cannot get proper support. There are a number of conditions, abrupto placentae, placenta previa to name two where the placenta prematurely ruptures or separates from the uterus. These are medical emergencies! In the old days women would bleed to death with placenta previa.

              So, I'm just trying to illustrate that there are all sorts of medical reasons why a woman will hemorrage (not to mention cysts, polyps, tumors) that don't necessarily point to malpractice.

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              • #8
                My GF had to get stitched up right away because of the stupid pain killer guy. Because he was too slow in his job, our baby had more time to kick the hell out her mom, thus cutting her more. The doctores were getting after him too. He was/is a dork.
                It is so sad that a family can torn apart by something as simple as a wild pack of dogs.

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                • #9
                  Originally posted by spiritwoman
                  I feel for you if you experienced this kind of medical emergency or if someone you know did.

                  However, there are all kinds of sound medical reasons for a women hemorraging before, during and after childbirth. You are wasting your money on legal fees unless there was someone in that Labor and Delivery Room that can testify the doc screwed up. The placenta is one mass of blood vessels and veins. It secures itself to the wall of the uterus so that nutrients and waste can travel back and forth between mother and child. Sometime the placenta does not attach itself to a secure place in the uterus. Sometimes it attaches right by the cervix where it cannot get proper support. There are a number of conditions, abrupto placentae, placenta previa to name two where the placenta prematurely ruptures or separates from the uterus. These are medical emergencies! In the old days women would bleed to death with placenta previa.

                  So, I'm just trying to illustrate that there are all sorts of medical reasons why a woman will hemorrage (not to mention cysts, polyps, tumors) that don't necessarily point to malpractice.
                  Thanks for the info Spiritwoman, I just wish I knew why that happened to me. But its in the past and I'm here and well again ;) and able to get that 2nd chance to be a mother to my kids!

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                  • #10
                    A friend of mine did!

                    Her assistant doctor took over when the main doctor had to leave for an emergency ~ well after the baby was born the assistant tried "tugging" the "what ever it is that the baby lives in" because it was "stuck" ~ sorry forgot the name of it.

                    Anyway, he tugged and tugged and did ALOT of damage to her, besides making her scream and beg and plead for her mother~in~law to go get a GOOD doctor!!

                    Good thing she did ~ she had to go into operation because of it!
                    If there ain't soccer in heaven ~ I ain't going!!

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                    • #11
                      P-L-A-C-E-N-T-A

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