Three Common Labor Complications

Health | Jan. 13, 2018, 9:41 a.m.

Of the many deliveries that takes place in the world,  94 percent had to do with a "complication," according to a recent government report. Shocking, isn't it? 

Such situation can't really be foreseen but its better to be aware about them and also know if they exist in your family history. 


Here's a look at the three most common potentially sticky scenarios: 

Umbilical cord issues: The umbilical cord is looped around the baby's neck or otherwise entangled, possibly causing compression. 

* Abnormal fetal heart rate or rhythm: The fetal heart rate gets outside the "normal" range of 110 to 160 beats per minute or the rhythm is unusual.

* Failure to progress: Labor stalls, it doesn't progress normally in order to lead to childbirth. 

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