Hormone for uterine contraction & milk let down
Corpus luteum induces what hormones?
Estrogen and Progesterone
What is the fibrotic tissue left from Corpus Luteum called?
Low lying placenta (painless)
Detached placenta (painful)
Placenta in uterine muscle
Placenta through the uterine muscle
Weakness of anterior vaginal wall causing bulge from bladder tissue
Herniation of rectum into posterior vaginal wall
Cervical shapes indicative of delivery
Slit, transverse, and stellate
Red streaks in breast tissue
caused by staph infxn
Multiple tender nodules that regress after each menstrual cycle
Means: difficult intercourse
Means: difficult delivery
Conditions causing inc. HCG
Hydatidiform mole: benign
Formula for determining a due date
(Last Menstrual Period + 7 days) + 9 months
Hormone causing persistence of corpus luteum
Human Chorionic Gonadotropin (HCG)
Bluish Congested Vagina
First sign of pregnancy
Sign of pregnancy
False contractions after 3 mo’s
Fetal descent two weeks before labor
Thinning of cervix
How many stages to labor?
What are they?
1st Stage: 1st contraction thru full dilation
2nd Stage: Dilation thru deliver of fetus
3rd Stage: Delivery of fetus thru Expel placenta
What is considered fully dilated?
What is the longest stage of labor?
Period of pregnancy from delivery to 3 months post
During Puerperium mother is susceptible to hemorrhage and infection
Discharge thru Puerperium
Lochia: lasts 1-2 weeks
Lochia RUBRA to Lochia SEROSA to Lochia ALBA
Hormone for milk production