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Nov 8 2012, 11:12 PM
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I had placental abruption and had NO symptoms and my child nearly died. She was born with an apgar of 1, dead babies have 0, perfect babies are ten. Only thing was she barely had a heartbeat. No muscle tone, gray color, no crying/breathing etc.
- Nov 7 2012, 06:34 PM
Hmmm....Placental abruption, which includes any amount of placental separation before delivery, occurs in about 1 out of 150 deliveries. The severe form, which can cause the baby to die, occurs only in about 1 out of 800 to 1,600 deliveries.
Frequent uterine contractions
Uterine contractions with no relaxation in between
She had NONE of these....
Excess blood loss may lead to shock and possible death in the mother or baby. If bleeding occurs after the delivery and blood loss cannot be controlled in other ways, the mother may need a hysterectomy (removal of the uterus).
Sounds like the writers need a research assistant
It does happen. Just not often. They took her a week early due to loss of amniotic fluid, they had no idea my placenta had abrupted, the abruption was positioned so there was no bleeding until birth. i passed clots bigger than footballs, and it was VERY BAD for me too.