I really just want to know how to prevent this when I find someone who I love. I don't want to lose them (May God protect them from that). What can I do?
Note : I'm just asking this for educational purposes (I do not have a girlfirend, or anything)
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Many times it is due to uncontrollable hemmoraging (blood loss) or obstruction (baby has a hard time passing through the birth canal). Larger babies in women with smaller hips or a pelvis that doesn't open up like it should can cause the latter, or an umbilical cord wrapped around the baby's neck. There is nothing you can do about any of these things, other than making sure she has access to good medical care during her labor and delivery. The hemmoraging can often be prevented by making sure she eats the proper amounts and correct foods while she is expecting, and is vigilant about taking her prenatal vitamins and supplements. It can also be caused by hard or long labors, through--and these are unavoidable as well. Do not rush the delivery of the placenta. And watch for bleeding for the first few weeks after a birth; not just the first few hours. Also, being age 23 or older when she gives birth helps. It's a scary thing, but being educated about it will help you feel a little better. The two of you will get through it together.0