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If left untreated, a mother experiencing placental abruption is at risk of serious injury or death from blood loss, and her baby is at risk of serious injury or death through hypoxia (insufficient oxygen) and ischemia (insufficient blood flow).
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Understanding Placental Abruption
Placental abruption occurs when the placenta—the organ that supplies oxygen and food to a baby—separates from the uterus before delivery. Separation usually occurs because of bleeding between the placenta and the uterine wall.
Doctors do not know why some mothers have placental abruptions. It is known, however, that mothers who have high blood pressure, are involved in a car accident, or are hit on or fall on their stomachs are at greater risk of placental abruption.
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No matter the size of your case, we know the devastating impact a preventable injury can have on you and your family. That is why we are committed to fighting for the maximum compensation you need to get back on your feet after an injury.