You’ve likely seen it in moves, or even in the delivery room during the birth of your children: deep breaths, a few strong pushes, baby makes its debut, and then the umbilical cord is clamped and cut. For years, umbilical cords have been clamped and cut as soon as possible, but recent research shows waiting a minute to clamp that cord might be beneficial for your newborn.
As an obstetrician, one of the biggest concerns voiced by patients is worry over bleeding during pregnancy. Whether or not there’s good reason to be anxious depends on the cause of bleeding.
Topics: bleeding during pregnancy