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Placenta Praevia | Placenta Abruption - What you should know

Placenta Praevia | Placenta Abruption - What you should know

Placenta is an organ which connects the mother to her baby. At full term, this two pounds something organ is a bloody and spongy mass, responsible for a number of hormones that is responsible for a number of responses both within and around your body. Though being a wonderful organ, when placental complications occur, things can go very wrong. Below are some information on placenta previa and placenta abruption - the leading causes of vaginal bleeding during the 2nd and 3rd trimesters. Women with mild bleeding will not suffer ill-effects as both the placenta and the baby have large reserves of blood. However, in the presence of severe bleeding, the excess blood loss can have a dire impact on the pregnancy.

Understanding the Placenta

What is Placenta Previa?

The symptoms and the Complications of Placenta previa

What causes Placenta Previa?

Treatment for Placenta Previa

What is Placenta Abruption and its symptoms?

What causes Placenta Abruption?

Treatment for Placenta Abruption

Final Words about Placenta Abruption

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