Condition: Complications Of The Puerperium

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Complications of the puerperium are abnormalities that develop in the period of time following childbirth. Puerperium means the period of time, from the time that the placenta is delivered and up to about six weeks following, after a woman delivers a baby. Complications of the puerperium can occur as the body goes through many changes to return to its pre-pregnancy state. Complications of the puerperium can include infection, bleeding problems, venous complications, problems with the breasts or breast-feeding, pulmonary embolism, heart problems, or problems with the uterus, perineum, or vagina. After about six weeks, the body has mostly healed from childbirth and delivery.

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Last updated on Mar 13 2018 at 22:44
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