Dating ultrasound for amnio
We would do one of these if it seemed the woman was going to tear in an area where it is hard to do a repair, like up by the clitoris, or if the baby’s heartbeat is low and we cannot wait for the tissue to stretch naturally, to get the baby out sooner. The cut is made from the vaginal opening at an angle more toward the leg than straight back. Perineal laceration = a natural tearing of the tissue between the vaginal opening and the rectum.It used to be taught that it was better to cut an episiotomy than allow a tear, but in the last 25 years all the research in OB literature has shown that lacerations are usually not as large as episiotomies, heal faster than episiotomies, and are less painful than episiotomies.Jeff [Filipovits] sent his first lawyerly letter to the hospital, and many group members began doing the same.This letter-writing campaign continued, and group members began sharing their letters. We went in prepared to ask legal questions, to accuse their lawyer of practicing medicine without a license, to threaten lawsuits over forced episiotomies, and so much more.We canceled the protest for legal reasons we cannot disclose here.This is not an attempt at secrecy, but a recognition of the challenging realities of threatened litigation and hospital politics.I, I, me, me, my birth, my VBAC, my experience, just me, always me! Who gives a shit about injured babies and heartbroken mothers? Apparently that was one injured baby too far, and De Kalb moved to protect mothers and infants (and itself) from a doctor who allegedly violated evidence based standards of care in obstetrics and demonstrated lack of clinical judgment and skill; even his supporters acknowledge that “forceps are not his strong suit.” How dare the hospital try to protect babies and mothers from allegedly incompetent and dangerous providers?
She explains: By Sunday, we were prepared to begin writing letters. Bootstaylor’s privileges allegedly in the wake of a profoundly injured baby resulting from an attempted homebirth after two previous C-sections.