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I have been experiencing some bleeding which my doctor characterized as bleeding of the placenta and he told me I may need to undergo a cesarean during my child’s birth. Can you tell me more about it?

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It happens sometimes during late pregnancy that a low-lying placenta that covers part or all of the inner opening of the cervix. This can make vaginal delivery difficult or unsafe. When bed rest doesn’t help and the bleeding doesn’t subside, doctors perform a cesarean. There could have come to placental abruption. In this case, placenta separates from the uterine wall before delivery. If this causes heavy bleeding or fetal distress, fetus could be deprived of adequate oxygen and a cesarean would be necessary.
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