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Placental abruption

Placental abruption is when some or all of the placenta peels away from the uterus wall before birth. It can deprive the baby of oxygen and nutrients.

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Placental insufficiency

Placental insufficiency occurs when the placenta does not work properly and your baby doesn't get the oxygen and nutrients they need.

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Placenta complications in pregnancy

The placenta develops inside the uterus during pregnancy and provides your baby with nutrients and oxygen. If something goes wrong, it can be serious.

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Bleeding during pregnancy

Bleeding during pregnancy is relatively common, however you should always contact your midwife or doctor immediately if it happens to you.

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What is the placenta?

The placenta is crucial to keeping your baby alive and well during pregnancy. Read more here.

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Signs of premature labour

Preterm labour is when you go in to labour before your pregnancy reaches 37 weeks.

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Postpartum haemorrhage

Postpartum haemorrhage is when you bleed more than normal after the birth. It can be very serious and requires medical attention right away.

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Placental abruption - Better Health Channel

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Placenta previa - Better Health Channel

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Causes of Preterm Labour - Miracle Babies

There are many causes of preterm birth

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