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My Obstetrician Did Not Examine Me After I Fell and My Baby Died Because the Fall Caused Placental Abruption. What Can I Do?

My Obstetrician Did Not Examine Me After I Fell and My Baby Died Because the Fall Caused Placental Abruption. What Can I Do?

My Obstetrician Did Not Examine Me After I Fell and My Baby Died Because the Fall Caused Placental Abruption. What Can I Do?

A: This tragic death (also called fetal demise) was likely preventable. The standard of care doctors must adhere to when presented with a pregnant woman who has suffered a trauma or fall is to at least monitor them for a minimum of 4 hours. In addition, when an expectant mother reports decreased fetal movement, doctors should perform tests such as ultrasound or sonogram, fetal monitoring or blood tests to check on fetal progress.

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