Triplets via cesarean section!
This video is simply incredible, the three babies were all born healthy.
Being pregnant with triplets is classed as a high-risk pregnancy, meaning that premature labour (preterm birth) is very common, high blood pressure and diabetes are all possibilities as well but proper prenatal care and early detection are keys.
In the case of having triplets, C-section is considered safer than vaginal delivery.
For a vaginal delivery, the position of the baby is critical, most babies are born head first (vertex presentation), or in other cases buttocks first (breech presentation), which can be manually corrected.
If the baby is lying horizontally in the uterus (transverse presentation), it may not be able to come out at all. With multiple babies, it's not uncommon for at least one of them to be in the wrong position.
One important risk is postpartum hemorrhage, which is extensive bleeding following the delivery. Normally, after a baby is born, the woman's uterus begins to contract to help stop any bleeding. But, when a woman is carrying triplets, her uterus may not react normally after the babies are born. Medications and massage of the woman's abdomen may help. In severe cases, even a hysterectomy.
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