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Risks and Precautions for Mothers with Cholestasis of Pregnancy

Birth Injury Attorneys Assisting Victims with Cholestasis of Pregnancy Claims in New Jersey During pregnancy, a woman’s body goes through miraculous changes as the fetus grows. Every stage must occur at the right time and under the right conditions for a healthy baby to be born. Unfortunately, pregnancy complications arise that affect the health of […]

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The Role of Progesterone in Avoiding Preterm Labor

Those at risk of giving birth prematurely may be considered good candidates for progesterone hormone therapy, an often used tool for warding off contractions and the unintended consequences of preterm childbirth. Progesterone, a sex hormone, is responsible for many growth and reproductive functions in a woman’s body, including menstruation, pregnancy, and breastfeeding. Two primary pregnancy […]

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What Can Go Wrong with Anemia During Pregnancy

Undiagnosed or Untreated Anemia During Pregnancy Pregnancy is an exciting but exhausting time. The pregnant body goes through so many changes that many women complain of fatigue, poor concentration, and other symptoms during pregnancy. However, careful physicians do not take for granted that pregnancy alone causes a woman to be tired and have brain fog. […]

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What to Know about Medical Marijuana Use, Pregnancy, and Breastfeeding

Medical Marijuana Use is Growing Among the Population, But is it Safe for Pregnant and Breastfeeding Women? Between 2010 and 2018, the number of hospitalized pregnant women with cannabis use disorder rose by 150%, according to a study entitled “Association of Comorbid Behavioral and Medical Conditions with Cannabis,” published in JAMA Psychiatry in November 2021. Columbia University […]

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Velamentous Cord Insertion and Related Malpractice Cases

A beautiful souvenir from birth is the belly button. It is a reminder that the mother-child connection is vital to life when the fetus receives nourishment through the umbilical cord. Optimally, the umbilical cord runs from the placenta’s center to the fetus’s belly, bringing nutrients to the fetus while sending waste out. However, problems arise […]

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Common Injuries for Babies in Breech Births

Breech Baby Delivery Complications When a woman’s pregnancy nears term, her visits with her doctor typically increase. Both the physician and patient prepare for the upcoming birth, continuously checking on the health of the baby and the mother. In one of those checkups, a doctor may discover that the baby is in a breech position. […]

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Does Shoulder Dystocia Always Happen with Brachial Plexus Damage?

It’s a Common Misconception that Brachial Plexus Injuries only Happen because of Underlying Shoulder Dystocia. Many birth injuries result from the forceful expulsion of a baby from the womb to the outside world. Sometimes, the birth injury happens due to the disproportionate size of the fetus to the mother’s pelvis, and at other times, the […]

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The Connection between Sexually-Transmitted Diseases in Pregnancy and Birth Injuries

Mothers and Babies may Suffer Complications from Undiagnosed or Untreated STDs in Pregnancy Not all STDs are alike. Sometimes referred to as sexually transmitted infections (STIs), STDs are diseases that can pass from the mother to the fetus and can harm both a mother and child if left undiagnosed and untreated. According to findings from […]

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Labor Dystocia Management vs. Mismanagement and the Possible Costs

When labor fails to progress, it is commonly referred to as labor dystocia. Labor dystocia, not to be confused with another circumstance known as shoulder dystocia, occurs often in women from all walks of life. It essentially means that the labor and delivery process is proceeding too slowly, as is evidenced by ongoing monitoring that […]

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Geriatric Pregnancy: Can You Sue if Doctors Mishandle Pregnancy after 35?

New Jersey Attorneys Providing Legal Counsel for Mothers Injured by Negligence with Older Age Pregnancy and Childbirth Pregnancy over the age of 35 is a medical red flag. Doctors regard a “geriatric pregnancy” when a pregnant woman is over 35 and has a higher risk for pregnancy problems. Even though more women than ever have […]

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