What are the complications of Placenta and Umbilical Cord
Many Complications are occurred during Pregnancy
» During pregnancy ultrasound, many cord problems are detected.
» The most complexity of pregnancies is the trap of rope in the placenta.
» Typically a cord is attached to the same end with 2 arteries.
» Ultrasound can be found in any part of the cord in the umbilical cord.
There are many changes in the life of a woman during pregnancy. These changes come with some complications too. The complexity of the umbilical cord is one of them, in which the woman can have many problems.
Difficulties related to cord bone during and after pregnancy are not uncommon. In fact, many problems occur during pregnancy, which is known by the experts during the ultrasound before the child is born. Pregnant women have the most cumbersome ropes in the placenta.
Some complications of the placenta:
Insufficient length of the umbilical cord
The length of a cord rope is zero to 300 cm and its width is 3 cm. There are 380 helices in the umbilical cord. The women whose abdominal abdominal abnormal abdominal prolonged exposure are experienced. Such women are more likely to grow further through the cervix. In such a situation the child may get worse, and the uterus can also be reversed. There is adverse effects in this and there can also be a child’s death in the womb.
Sole ventricular artery
Typically a umbilical cord has 2 arteries with the same vein. In some women, the placenta rope can also be an arterial artery. For fetal anomalies, single cord artery ropes are more responsible than normal cords. Babies that cause an embryonic anomalies, including an arterial cord heart abnormalities, defects in the central nervous system, defects in the abdomen wall, the tendon of hypnosis, infarction, cystic hybrids etc.
Fibers in the umbilical cord
There are two types of fibers in the uterus. This lump can obstruct the passing of the baby from the blood and nutrient mother. Surgery can be delivered safely.
Can be found in any part of the umbilical ulcer cord. The umbilical ulcer does not follow a certain pattern in terms of size. Chromosomal anomalies, Hemagivomas and Omphulsyl are responsible for umbilical ulcer.
Some other interesting facts related to umbilical cord
The birth of a newborn baby’s umbilical cord at the time of birth is very beneficial for the newborn. La Trobe University had studied about four thousand women and their newborns in this regard and found that the newborn infant’s umbilical cord was slaughtered and iron levels are high. It was also seen in the study that in many high income countries, the umbilical cord connecting the mother and child is cut within less than a minute of birth. But cutting the umbilical cord quickly reduces the amount of blood that goes from the mother’s body to the baby’s body, which goes through the child through the placenta.
It affects the quantity of iron in the blood of the child. On the other hand, some researches also found that cutting a umbilical cord after one minute of birth increases the risk of jaundice in the newborn which is slightly improved by light therapy. goes. Therefore, when determining the timing of the umbilical cord at the time of birth, it should be judged to be thoughtful.
Also in some studies, it has been reported that if a neonatal cord is thinner, then the risk of heart attack doubles in comparison to the general population.
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