placenta previa accreta and peraccreta
Sarah - posted on 02/12/2016
God Bless you and your baby. It is not uncommon to have pain for a full year post major emergency surgery like you had. The nest time you see your doctor (or even the pediatrician) mention to the doc that you have pain at your incision. You may have adhesions, which are little strips of tissue that connect the scar to your inside organs. They can be quite painful, sometimes they spontaneously tear free and other time need to be surgically removed. Hang in there and Congrats!
NShakeel - posted on 02/11/2016
I was told of placenta previa but at my scan of 20 weeks I was told to have placenta going out and invading bladder. Later found out it was placenta accreta Inc cretaceous and peraccreta.i had been having profuse bleeding every now and then and finally when I was just above 28 weeks my water broke. The hospital kept me under observation for 24 hours .I started with heavy bleeding and went through an emergency creation and other 4 surgeries partial hysterectomy and bladder surgery to remove the placenta which invaded the walls. I had 8 blood transfusion and same number of platelets.ot was 6 hour surgery.i can't believe I have survived.
I am so blessed that my son who was born only 1.3kgs.now is 6months (3 months corrected).He had been in NICU for four weeks but no Major issues.He us a happy healthy boy now. I still have pain in my scar which is vertical .I am wondering when will I get rid of this pain.
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