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women died of a cesarean hemorrage in my town last week momma of princesses 2 kids; Texas 1580 posts
26th Nov '12

:( The first time we hear anything like that happening in our small town. I delivered my bbygirl in that same hospital but vaginally and lost a lot of blood, I got 2 pints of blood because my bp was skyrocketing. I am scared really scared since now I am almost 7 wks pregnant, and hope not to have a csarean. This women was from mexico she was 30yrs old and left nwborn twins orphan :( it breaks my heart.My mom told me about it this morning it happened less than a week ago, she said you better eat right and take your prenatals if you don't want something like that happening. Scared the shit out of me but I assume this hemorrage can be a clinical negligence, a blood clotting disorder or such. Any opinions on this?

uəəๅๅoƆ fuknutz, NM, Togo 105350 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting MoMmy2bbyEmily:" :( The first time we hear anything like that happening in our small town. I delivered my bbygirl in that ... [snip!] ... out of me but I assume this hemorrage can be a clinical negligence, a blood clotting disorder or such. Any opinions on this? "

Eating right and taking prenatals is not going to help avoid a c-section :?

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65184 posts
26th Nov '12

It's not necessarily the hospital's fault. There was a member on here do died from c-section complications. It's sad.

I'm His Amy He's My Rory 2 kids; Caldwell, Idaho 49254 posts
26th Nov '12

Eating right and taking prenatals has nothing to do with the need for a csection, or the hemorrhage. Some people just bleed more. If you already know you bleed more last time I'd discuss that with your doctor this time. Not just jump to conclusions honestly.

loser mom 2 kids; 1 angel baby; Oslo, ,, Norway 10389 posts
26th Nov '12

how would a blood clotting disorder be the hospital's fault?? Women die during childbirth. Doesn't mean anyone is to blame.

momma of princesses 2 kids; Texas 1580 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting .Colleen.:" Eating right and taking prenatals is not going to help avoid a c-section :?"

She didn't mean avoiding c-section she meant lossing to much blood and having my body not respond :( like the women who died. But I think that was a whole different problem.

HopingforaMiracle 1 child; USA 22466 posts
status 26th Nov '12

Not unheard of. Scary but it does happen sometimes

мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65184 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting I'm His Amy He's My Rory:" Eating right and taking prenatals has nothing to do with the need for a csection, or the hemorrhage. ... [snip!] ... you already know you bleed more last time I'd discuss that with your doctor this time. Not just jump to conclusions honestly."


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мɑkɑnɑni 1 angel baby; ~, FL, United States 65184 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting MoMmy2bbyEmily:" She didn't mean avoiding c-section she meant lossing to much blood and having my body not respond :( like the women who died. But I think that was a whole different problem."


It still won't matter.

T+N=A&P Due June 24 (girl); 50 kids; Volo, Illinois 5330 posts
26th Nov '12

Eating right and prenatals wont stop you from having a c-section, I did everything right with my DD and I still had a c-section but anywho Hemmoraging can happen via c-section and vaginal deliveries its all about what are bodys can do nothing a hospital can do to stop it unless they catch it early and give you meds but its def. not their fault she died.

JΔS Georgia 72579 posts
26th Nov '12

<blockquote><b>Quoting MoMmy2bbyEmily:</b>" She didn't mean avoiding c-section she meant lossing to much blood and having my body not respond :( like the women who died. But I think that was a whole different problem."</blockquote>




I've had to have blood transfusions after birth. Eating right and taking vitamins will not avoid that.

momma of princesses 2 kids; Texas 1580 posts
26th Nov '12

I don't blame anyone I just said in the news they argued (the parents) that se was lgt in thesurgery room after the c-section mins later they found out she was having a hemorrage but it was too late. True or not I am saying its sad and scary I am not blaming anyone

momma of princesses 2 kids; Texas 1580 posts
26th Nov '12
Quoting Jas ♥:" <blockquote><b>Quoting MoMmy2bbyEmily:</b>" She didn't mean avoiding c-section she ... [snip!] ... I've had to have blood transfusions after birth. Eating right and taking vitamins will not avoid that."

Thats what I tried to explain to my mom. With my daughter I gined the right amount of weight Had my iron levels checked and monitored and still I lost too much blood got high bp after and had to get 2 pints of blood soo I can just hope this goes better. They did an episiotomy and used the vacum with me so I think that caused more blood loss.