Miscarriage fetal demise stillbirth what does it all mean?
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Today we look at some of the terminology associated with a baby’s death either in the womb whilst mum- to- be is pregnant of after delivery.
Abortion: the deliberate termination of pregnancy by the removal or expulsion from the uterus the baby in the womb prior to viability.
Miscarriage: early fetal loss An unsuccessful outcome before the growing baby is able to survive independently outside the womb. happens either spontaneously or as the result of accident.The pregnancy comes are from the womb,the woman is no longer pregnant.
Stillbirth: the delivery of baby that had passed 24 weeks into pregnancy but passed away in the womb or during birth.
Stillborn: the baby that has been born dead.
Fetal demise:no heart beat,often detected during a scan can reveal a fetal loss, when a growing baby in the early -middle stages of pregnancy has died in the womb.
Pregnancy loss:the woman is no longer pregnant because the baby had died in the womb.
Ectopic pregnancy ectopic pregnancies are not usually very rare effecting in every 100 pregnancies they are dangerous for the mother, since internal bleeding is a life-threatening complication. the growing early embryo implants itself in the fallopian tube instead of the uterus wall lining.