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Pregnancy-Related Injuries Archives

What factors can make a pregnancy high-risk?


A pregnancy can be an exciting time for a women. For many women, they marvel at how their body can change to support a new life. While many people consider pregnancy a miracle, it is also a major medical situation. Pregnant women require regular prenatal care in order to ensure that the pregnancy is healthy and that the woman's body is responding appropriately.

Pregnancy-related injuries require specialized help and care

Having a baby can be a wonderful gift. However, it does not come without risks to the baby and to the mother. Like any medical condition, a pregnancy needs to be carefully monitored to ensure that you are not placed in harm's way. Prenatal care and proper monitoring is particularly important for pregnant women, since two lives are in the hands of the doctor.

What are common causes of pregnancy-related deaths in the U.S.?


Pregnancy and child birth is supposed to be an exciting time in your life. Welcoming a baby should be an exhilarating, special and magical time. However, when doctor errors cause pregnancy or birth trauma, pregnancy can be a nightmare. Injuries to mothers are common occurrences when doctors fail to take all necessary precautions to protect laboring women. In some cases, delivery room negligence can even lead to fatal injuries.

What are the risks of having a Cesarean section?


Welcoming a baby should be a happy time for a family, and a time full of changes. People expect there to be many sleepless nights, newborn cuddles and family bonding. However, many people do not expect to undergo a Cesarean section, pregnancy trauma or other complications. Unfortunately, according to the American Pregnancy Association, nearly one out of every four women in the United States will have a C-section at some point in their lives.

Woman sues hospital, claims doctors forced her to have C-section


Many of Oregon's expecting mothers enjoy planning for the arrival of their little one. However, when it comes time to give birth, anxiety may rise. Expecting mothers may worry about the birthing procedure and whether or not it will be carried out safely. Though in most instances the birth occurs without harm to the child or the mother, in some cases negligence causes irreparable harm to the baby, the mother or both.

Expecting mother injured during birth, files lawsuit


While an expecting mother may be excited to give birth to her child, it is a time that can also be riddled with difficult healthcare decisions. However, a woman's ability to make adequate decisions for herself and her unborn child is dependent upon being fully informed of her options. When a doctor fails to fully inform his patient, a serious injury may occur.

Pregnancy-related injury results in medical malpractice claim

Pregnancy is a joyous time for families across Oregon. The excitement and anticipation of meeting your child can be rivaled by few other events in life. The celebration can abruptly be cut short, however, when a mother experiences a pregnancy-related injury during the birth process. Injuries to the mother during this critical time period can be serious and fatal.

Undiagnosed preeclampsia can be deadly for pregnant women

Readers of our Eugene medical malpractice blog know that pregnancy-related injuries can be some of the most serious, life-threatening injuries suffered by a mother. Injury to the mother not only impacts her health and well-being, but it also impacts the health of her unborn child.

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