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Postpartum Haemorrhage:Having a PPH
2012-12-26
Name: Manasvi Having a PPH is a very traumatic event. I had PPH during my first delivery. I was literally soaked in blood. I fainted after sometime. I do not know what my second delivery will be like.
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2013-01-03
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Name: Shannoo singh
Subject:  PPH Trauma
Pregnancy is a life turning event for a woman. PPH causes a lot of trauma. Severe blood loss leads to fainting spells that you experienced. Discuss with your doctor for preventing PPH. You might be given drugs to help contract the uterus and deliver the placenta.
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2013-01-03
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Name: Ramesh
Subject:  trauma of PPH
I feel the pain you went through. Delivery in itself is a stressful process and along with it the trauma of PPH. Do not worry, you will not face this situation again in your second delivery. Consult with your doctor and take all the required precaution.
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