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Postpartum hemorrhaging occurs in between 1% and 10% of all pregnancies in the United States. It usually begins in the 24 hours immediately following childbirth (early postpartum hemorrhage), however, it can occur anytime during the six weeks following delivery (delayed postpartum hemorrhage).
What Causes Postpartum Hemorrhaging?
The most common cause of postpartum hemorrhage occurs when the uterus does not contract after birth. This allows the uterus to continue bleeding, and can result in massive blood loss. Other causes of postpartum hemorrhage include:
failure to pass all of your placenta
forced removal of the placenta
trauma to the uterus, cervix, or vagina during delivery
Who’s At Risk for Postpartum Hemorrhaging?
Every woman is at risk for developing postpartum hemorrhage. However, there are certain factors that will increase your risk. These include:
birthing a large baby
Treating Postpartum Hemorrhage
Postpartum hemorrhage is usually taken very seriously. If you are suffering from this type of bleeding, you will likely be treated in hospital. Treatment includes:
uterine massage to stimulate contractions and stop blood flow
the medication Pitocin, which stimulates uterine contractions
the removal of excess placenta, typically by hand to prevent further bleeding
blood transfusion (if there is massive blood loss)
hysterectomy (if there is damage to the uterus)
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