When a baby is positioned in the mother’s birth canal buttocks and feet first instead of the normal head-first position, it is called breeched. This position causes complications to the baby that a head-first delivery does not present. Although a vaginal birth is possible with a breech baby, it is generally safer to deliver via C-section.
Breech Birth Complications
- Birth trauma
- Brain damage
- Nerve damage
- Umbilical cord prolapse
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RB Law has vast experience with handling birth injury cases for babies who suffer from breech birth complications. If your baby suffered from a lack of oxygen during delivery and did not receive the proper care, contact our proficient birth injury attorneys right away so we can help you get the compensation you deserve.
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