Lack Of Oxygen In The Brain After Childbirth?
, I want to ask .. my brother a month ago she gave birth to twins. history when she was pregnant there was always bleeding. At the time of giving birth her husband told me that my brother was bleeding too and had lost oxygen to the brain. and even after giving birth by cesarean she was in a coma. and until now he still couldn’t help just lying there blankly. so if you want to eat or drink the doctor makes a hole in the neck area to make it easier for breathing, eat and drink through a tube. I, as his representative, want to ask if there is a chance that he will recover back to normal? Is there any other treatment so that I can cure my brother?
Hello dear Mother Eliza. Thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Multiple pregnancies are pregnancies with more than one fetus. Multiple pregnancies are at higher risk than single pregnancies. Mothers with multiple pregnancies have a higher risk of developing anemia, preeclampsia, and bleeding before, during and after delivery. Therefore, multiple pregnancies should always be closely monitored by an obstetrician. The obstetrician will perform an ultrasound examination and blood tests to monitor the mother and fetus. Heavy bleeding (> 500 mL) can cause insufficient blood supply to the brain which carries oxygen. Maybe that condition is what you mean. If the bleeding continues, the longer the brain is deprived of oxygen, resulting in a decrease in consciousness to a coma. I cannot explain the severity or severity of your mother's condition without doing an examination. The insertion of a feeding tube and a breath aid tube seems appropriate, considering that your mother is still in a coma. The patient's condition is actually the patient's secret. The doctor can only tell the patient's condition to the patient's husband. The mother can only accept the explanation if the patient's husband allows it. The patient's husband should discuss with the team of doctors who treat the patient about the patient's current condition and how to plan for the next patient's treatment.
This is the information that I can convey. I hope this helps.