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Forceps Delivery Complications and Cerebral Palsy
During some deliveries, the mother isn’t able to move the baby out of the birth canal through pushing alone, or there may be safety or health issues that make unassisted delivery impossible or dangerous. When the health of the mother or baby is at risk, other options may need to be considered, such as a... Read More
IUGR and Cerebral Palsy: How Are They Related?
Pregnancy is one of the most exciting times in a mother-to-be’s life. It’s also one of the most stressful times, as she does everything possible to help ensure a smooth delivery and a healthy, happy baby. Of course, in every pregnancy there lies the potential for possible risk to the health of baby and mother.... Read More
What to Know About Anoxia and Its Role in Cerebral Palsy
Anoxia is largely a birthing complication that affects children either in the womb, during the birthing process, or immediately after delivery. Going through this distress can lead to a child developing cerebral palsy. Here is what you should know about anoxia and its role in cerebral palsy. What Is Anoxia? Anoxia is a very serious... Read More
Can Jaundice Cause Brain Damage in Newborns?
Many new parents think that since jaundice is quite common, it isn’t serious and will clear up by itself. While it’s true that many newborns have minimal jaundice, severe jaundice can sometimes cause brain damage and lead to cerebral palsy. You may want to watch out for several risk factors and signs that your child... Read More
Can CMV Cause Cerebral Palsy?
Cytomegalovirus (CMV) is a major risk factor for cerebral palsy (CP), the most common form of permanent motor disability in children. CP results from damage to a baby’s developing brain during pregnancy, birth, or very early childhood. CP has a variety of potential causes, and scientists continue to research the role of different illnesses and... Read More
Can Cerebral Palsy Be Caused by Doctors?
Cerebral palsy is the most common motor disorder seen in children. Some cases are identified shortly after birth, while others are not diagnosed until the child is older and their lack of motor control and skills becomes more noticeable. What Causes Cerebral Palsy? Cerebral palsy is a set of conditions that are caused by damage... Read More
Anoxia/Lack of Oxygen and Cerebral Palsy
Though birth complications are rare, they do still occur, and issues like anoxia can have a huge impact on your baby’s life. Anoxia refers to a complete loss of oxygen, an uncommon, and often preventable, but very dangerous risk during childbirth that can lead to permanent physical impairment. What Is Anoxia/Lack of Oxygen? Anoxia happens... Read More
Causes of Cerebral Palsy
Cerebral palsy, or CP, is the result of abnormal development or damage in the areas of the brain that control movement. The events that cause CP typically occur before, during, or shortly after a baby is born, or when the brain is developing in the first few years of the baby’s life. Here is a... Read More
Can Shaken Baby Syndrome Cause Cerebral Palsy?
If your child receives a cerebral palsy diagnosis, it’s natural to have questions about what could have caused it. If you suspect your child has experienced abuse, you may wonder if shaken baby syndrome can cause cerebral palsy. To better understand the link between the two, you need to learn about shaken baby syndrome and... Read More
A Parent’s Guide to Birth Asphyxia and Cerebral Palsy
If your baby suffered asphyxia during birth that resulted in a brain injury, you are likely seeking answers about why and how the injury happened, if it could have been prevented, and what your child’s future looks like. Below we answer some of the most common questions parents have, including those about birth asphyxia and... Read More