Genetics of Postpartum Hemorrhage

Genetics of Postpartum Hemorrhage   What is Postpartum Hemorrhage? Postpartum hemorrhage (PPH) is severe bleeding after giving birth. It’s a serious and dangerous condition. PPH usually occurs within 24 hours of childbirth, but it can happen up to 12 weeks postpartum. When the bleeding is caught early and treated, it Read more…

Genetics of Uterine Atony

Genetics of Uterine Atony What is Uterine Atony? Uterine atony is when a woman’s uterus, which is the organ where a baby grows during pregnancy, doesn’t tighten up as it should after giving birth. When the uterus tightens, it helps to stop the bleeding that naturally happens after a baby Read more…