Problem description: You seem to be able to perform abortion surgery if my placenta covers the intrauterine mouth. If it can be done, is there any risk? What is the chance of success?
Question date:2021-05-24
Patient information:Age: 18 years old Gender: Female
Question analysis: Hello, the B-ultrasound examination shows that it belongs to the pre-placental state. At present, the gestational week can only be hospitalized for labor induction.
Guidelines: Induction of labor is risky, because under normal circumstances, the fetus is delivered first and then the placenta is peeled off, so there is less bleeding. Now that the placenta is in the cervix, there will be a lot of bleeding from placental stripping after the contraction. It is clear with your family that if you decide to induce labor, the risk is very high. It is recommended that you see a doctor in a tertiary hospital in a formal public hospital.
It is recommended only For reference, if the problem is serious, please go to the hospital for detailed examination