Shoulder Dystocia And Birth Injuries

By |2017-09-15T05:49:40-07:00September 15th, 2017|birth injuries, Personal Injury|

LGA (large for gestational age) fetuses are greatly at risk for shoulder dystocia and birth injuries, and although the red flags should be easy to see, many doctors overlook them. Shoulder dystocia occurs when the baby is too large to fit through the mother’s narrow birth canal during delivery. Although the baby does not move [...]

The Truth About Birth Injuries

By |2017-03-14T10:30:32-07:00February 3rd, 2017|birth injuries, Personal Injury|

Many times, nurses and doctors are completely unprepared for shoulder dystocia, which is one of the leading causes of birth injuries. Even if the baby is too large to normally drop through the mother’s narrow birth canal, the umbilical cord keeps dropping, and it will basically wrap itself around the baby’s neck. In less than [...]