Scheduling Early Delivery




Dr. Sarah Bedell, Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Baptist Health South Florida, says with multiple pregnancies, a lot of babies are born very early due to the need of getting assistance with breathing, and feeding, depending on how early they are, and the terms of how many additional weeks.

“If you deliver at 30 weeks, which is pretty early, doctors just warn you that you might not go home with your baby. People think they will go home together with multiples; that does not happen,” says Dr. Victoria Bedell, Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Baptist Health South Florida.

Transcript
What do you expect if you have that early delivery? That is a moment if you worry. The baby may be smaller. The hospital does step in and takes the baby to the icu unit. What happens after that? a lot of those babies are born very early due to needing to be in the nick you. Where they can get assistance with breeding — breathing, feeding. That is typical. Depending on how early they are, and the terms of how many weeks additional. typically, they are kept in an icu setting. Until they would have become full-term. and all of that is normal. totally normal. do you talk to the parents about the? Still surprise, to be alarmed. This may happen. absolutely. It is important to warn patients of that. Mostly so they have their expectations. If you deliver at 30 weeks, which is pretty early, while that sounds really outlandish, that is totally expected and normal. just to warn them that you might not go home with your baby people think will go home together. With multiples, that does not happen. but that’s what you want. correct. That happened to us. you stay there longer than what.
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