Dystocia, Postpartum, Tissue adhesions, Vagina. Postpartum labial adhesions following normal vaginal delivery. It may be the whole or part of the placenta which is retained. National Center for Biotechnology InformationU.
J Midwifery Womens Health. We assumed that it would be hard to find the vaginal adhesions without careful examination; unlike postpartum labial adhesions that are easily found at scheduled postpartum visits. Published online Jan
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Several techniques are used to reduce the risk of tearing, but with little evidence for efficacy. To the best of our knowledge, there have not been reports of vaginal adhesions in humans, and the vaginal adhesions in a miniature horse were confirmed after autopsy [ 5 ]. Standard care of the perineum after vaginal delivery has not been established and practices vary widely among obstetricians [ 8 ].