I’ve had a long, hard day, but I’m not quite finished yet.
I’ve got my feet on the ground, and I need to get to the hospital as quickly as possible.
Here are some common obstetry problems that you may run into in your next visit.
Common Obstetric Problems You may be concerned about: Pain at the entrance to the operating room.
This is probably the biggest worry for most women.
Some obstetricians may ask you to wait in the operating rooms, which can cause discomfort and pain.
Pain at delivery, especially during labor.
This pain is most often caused by a blocked or compressed delivery wound.
You may also have some tenderness or swelling in your lower abdomen, which may be caused by childbirth.
You will also likely feel an uncomfortable burning sensation when inserting a stethoscope, because of the pressure placed on the skin.
If you’re having a difficult time getting to the birth, call your obstetrician immediately.
Pain during labor or delivery.
This can be caused if you’re pushing a baby through the birth canal, causing it to rupture, or if the delivery has an adverse effect on the delivery of the baby.
You can also have a lot of pressure on the cervix during labor and delivery.
You’ll probably have a bit of bleeding and pain during labor, as well as some discomfort.
Pain after delivery, including after delivery labor.
A lot of women with a history of C-section labor or a history or symptoms of an infection will also experience pain after delivery.
The pain is usually a little different, but it’s not usually as severe as it was for childbirth.
Common obstetric concerns can be explained in the article Birth complications can be a major concern for some women, but they’re also a common problem in women with anemia and other health problems.
The most common birth complications are: hemorrhage (in the cervicovaginal canal)