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Injuries during induced labor


When a military doctor or mid-wife wants to induce labor or help labor progress more quickly, a drug may be given through your IV which causes the uterus to contract. Every woman and baby responds differently  so the nurses and doctors must monitor your contractions and the fetal heart rate very carefully and stop the drug if there is trouble. Serious life threatening consequences may result when too much medication is given and the contractions are too strong and/or too close together: the uterus may rupture, the placenta may rip off from the wall of the uterus or the blood and oxygen supply to the baby may be compromised.

If your labor was induced and you or your baby suffered one of these devastating injuries at an Army, Air Force, Navy or any other U.S. military facility around the world, we can help. Contact us today for a free, confidential consultation from an experienced military birth injury lawyer.

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