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6 expenses to consider in birth injury cases

Finding out that your child has a birth injury is a harrowing experience. Once you get over the initial shock, you might find that you have to start thinking about providing for your child in the future. Raising a child who has special needs isn't inexpensive. You might choose to seek compensation. If you do, think about these six expenses of raising a child who has a birth injury.

3 things pregnant women should know during labor

Many pregnant women choose to create a birth plan to help guide what happens during labor and delivery. While this is a great way to prepare for the birth of your child, birth plans can't address all the issues that might occur. Whether you are creating a birth plan now or are getting ready to head to the hospital or birthing center, you should remember these three important points.

Birth injury nightmare

The toddler's reality is like the darkest of nightmares. Just three years old, she is blind, suffers seizures and is fed through a tube into her stomach. She will never walk. She will never speak. She will never be able to take care of herself.

How does multiple gestation affect prenatal care in Kentucky?

A woman who finds out she is expecting more than one baby might have a lot of questions. One of those questions is likely going to be how the multiple gestation will affect her prenatal care. The answer actually depends on the gestational order of the pregnancy, as well as a host of other factors. There are some basic guidelines that our Kentucky readers should be aware of when it comes to twins, triplets or higher order multiples.

Birth injury profile: Hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy

Many childbirths happen without any complications; however, it is always possible that something will happen that puts the mother or baby at risk. One complication that can occur is hypoxic ischemic encephalopathy. This occurs when the baby's brain doesn't get enough oxygen. Our Kentucky readers might be interested in learning a little about this condition.

Uterine rupture: A potentially fatal injury during childbirth

Women who are pregnant have likely heard that there are risks associated with going into labor. Some of those women might be at a greater risk than others when it comes to labor and delivery. One risk that some women face is that of a uterine rupture. Any woman who has had a C-section, fibroid removal, or any other surgery that cut into the uterine wall is at a greater risk of uterine rupture than other women. Any pregnant Kentucky resident might like to know more about uterine ruptures.

Kentucky expectant mothers should know about induction risks

For a woman who is getting close to her due date during pregnancy, every single muscle twitch in the abdominal area is scrutinized. By that point, the big question at every doctor's visit is trying to find out when the baby will make an appearance. For some women, the discomfort and just still being pregnant might lead them to try to get induced. While some medical professionals might be willing to induce women, there are many reasons why induction should only be used as a last resort.

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