Difficult delivery pr parturition.
difficult delivery. Falling ickness: epilepsy.
difficult labor due to such factors as pelvic deformities, malpositioned fetus, and premature rupture of fetal membranes
Difficult labor due to an abnormal position or size of the fetus.
Difficult parturition (birth).
Slow-progressing, difficult labor
Abnormal or difficult labor causing difficulty in delivering the fetus and/or placenta.
When labor does not progress. Uterine dystocia is when contractions do not intensify; shoulder dystocia is when a baby's shoulders get stuck after the head has already been delivered.
difficulty giving birth
Abnormal or difficult labor or egg laying
Abnormal or difficult labor or birth
Dystocia (antonym eutocia) is an abnormal or difficult childbirth or labour. Dystocia may arise due to incoordinate uterine activity, abnormal fetal lie or presentation, or absolute or relative cephalopelvic disproportion. Oxytocin is commonly used to treat incoordinate uterine activity.