vaginal delivery


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vaginal delivery

birth of a fetus through the vagina.

vaginal delivery

Expulsion of a child, placenta, and membranes through the birth canal.
See also: delivery
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Rates of instrumental vaginal delivery range from 5% to 20% of all births in high income countries.
Operative vaginal delivery in singleton term pregnancies: Short-term maternal and neonatal outcomes.
How to reduce the rate of cesarean section and improve the rate of vaginal delivery has become a difficult problem for obstetricians.
Conclusion: Anal sphincter injuries formed after vaginal delivery may be one of the reasons that increase the incidence of postmenopausal fecal incontinence and cause the formation of fecal incontinence symptoms in women.
Although delivery is the most common reason for hospitalization in the United States, there are no national guidelines for outpatient opioid use after vaginal delivery.
This study aimed to assess what individual and social factors are responsible for women's intention to do cesarean section (CS) instead of normal vaginal delivery.
The following women were not given trial of vaginal delivery, but were taken for caesarean section (n=118)
PARENTS' CLAIM The ObGyn was negligent in failing to fully explain the risks of vaginal delivery, failing to recommend cesarean delivery based on the patient's history and prior physician's recommendation.
While a great majority of the women (87 percent) stated that the ideal mode of delivery was vaginal delivery the others (13 percent) reported that cesarean delivery was the ideal option.
24 cases (30%) in vaginal delivery group and 26 cases (38%) in cesarean delivery group had resumed their sexual intercourse one month after delivery and 55 cases (68%) in vaginal delivery group and 41 cases (59%) in cesarean delivery group had resumed their sexual intercourse two month after delivery and 2 cases in each group up to six months postpartum had not sexual intercourse and no statistically significant difference was observed between the two groups (p=0.
3 Current medical evidence indicates that vaginal delivery can be achieved in 60-88% of cases following a previous lower segment caesarean section for non recurrent causes.