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Postpartum hemorrhage


May be caused by hypo- or atony of the uterus (decrease or complete relaxation of its contractility), delayed parts of the placenta in the cavity (see Bleeding during childbirth), rupture of the uterus, hypofibrinogenemia (violation of blood coagulation).
Symptoms and course:
With hypotension, the uterus is flabby, poorly contracted, located relatively high (the bottom above the navel), blood from the genital tract is allocated in separate portions or flows out. With an increase in the amount of blood lost, the state of the puerpera progressively worsens, the phenomena of collapse and acute anemia increase, and without the timely measures taken, a woman can die.