By The Well-Rounded Mama, September 13, 2013
Placenta Accreta, Part Three: Risks to Mother and Baby
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Blood loss is the most common and serious risk of accretas. Secondary to the blood loss, other complications like D.I.C., long-lasting anemia, and Sheehan’s Syndrome can occur.
Mothers can also experience damage to abdominal organs near the uterus, either from a percreta, surgical damage, or impairment secondary to blood loss.
Reposted with permission from The Well-Rounded Mama.