A 41-year-old woman who became pregnant after a third round of in vitro fertilization gave birth to a girl on New Year’s Eve at a private hospital in the capital with a 30-week cycle. Reported. Sensing her risk, her doctor asked her to report to her delivery room immediately as she had been in labor for several weeks.
Doctors informed her that her pregnancy had many complications. Her medical personnel’s concerns were primarily due to the fact that she had previously had a Caesarean section six years earlier after her labor progressed due to the distress of her fetus. rice field. While she was giving birth, her baby died at the age of 4 due to hypoxic-ischemic encephalopathy, after which she underwent her two unsuccessful in vitro fertilizations in private. . However, on her third attempt at Sir Ganga Her Ram Hospital in Delhi, she succeeded in conceiving her.
After many struggles, the baby was finally born and was supposed to be a gift from God to the family. Dr Ruma Satwik, Senior Consultant in Obstetrics and Gynecology at Sir Ganga Ram Hospital, told ANI: Premature birth of diabetic mothers can lead to multiple complications for the baby, including respiratory distress requiring ventilator support, metabolic complications such as jaundice, hypoglycemia in the baby, and acquired infections. .”
“Doctors tried to time the delivery in the labor room to give the baby steroid injections to allow the baby’s lungs to mature, but the labor was irreversible.” An emergency delivery was planned by LSCS, the neonatal intensive care unit was informed of this imminent delivery, and a senior doctor on duty that night attended this caesarean delivery from both obstetrics and neonates. side,” she added.
“A team of 10 members, including obstetrics, neonatology and anesthesiology doctors, nurses and technicians, successfully delivered a baby girl weighing 1.88 kg in the early hours of December 31st. The operation, which began at 2:30 am, lasted two hours,” she said. “Today, the baby is over 48 hours old and in stable condition. She is breathing on her own and receiving nutrition from her mother through a nasal tube. I would like to send it back to .” Dr. Satwik added. (Ani)
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