Regarding The Causes Of Postpartum Bleeding?

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A patient gives birth to a baby girl. The placenta was born complete. Immediate bleeding occurs. there is no laceration of the birth canal but a contraction of the uterus is not good or soft. What did the patient experience, what was the reason? What are the actions to deal with the patient’s condition?

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To answer this question, you need to read further what are the causes of post partum hemorrhage. The cause of post partum hemorrhage can be shortened to 4T; tone, trauma, tissue, thrombin. Tone describes the condition of uterine atony or uterus that is not contracting properly and is the most common cause of post partum hemorrhage. Trauma illustrates laceration or injury to the birth canal, tissue describes retention of the placenta or placenta left in the uterus, or it can be other conditions such as placenta accreta or perreta, while thrombin describes the condition of bleeding disorders in the woman (coagulopathy).

Seeing the 4 possibilities above, then the answer that comes closest to the question that you are asking is uterine atony condition. Treatment for uterine atony may include:

 uterine massage or uterine massage administration of uterotonic drugs or drugs that stimulate uterine contractions such as oxytocin, methergine, prostaglandin blood transfusion if needed in severe bleeding conditions that cannot be treated in conservative ways, it requires surgical binding of blood vessels, arterial embolization in uterus and hysterectomy or removal of the uterus if all other therapies have failed.

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