Pelvic floor damage after childbirth: a specialist explains what you need to make Doctors better

Doris Bühler’s child was at birth already 4500 grams. Despite tremendous pain, the Doctors gave you two hours in the press, labor, and denied their cut of the Emperor. She is wearing permanent damage from birth. FOCUS Online has asked an expert to your case.

Doris Bühler (Name changed) was 40 years old when she brought her first child to the world. How the birth turned out, should it be also your last point: Because the 4500 gram newborn was too much for your pelvic floor. You sustained permanent damage and will make your Doctors and the midwife serious allegations.

FOCUS Online has checked with the pelvic floor specialist Hans Peter Dietz, Professor of obstetrics and gynecology at the University of Sydney. He explains that the case of Doris Bühler is not an isolated case – and urges his colleagues to have a rethink.

FOCUS Online: How do you judge the case of Doris Bühler?

Hans Peter Dietz: This was a four and a half-pound child in a 40-year-old woman, for the first Time release. You haven’t previously can see that that goes well. Doctors who allow this to happen, the risk of being sued. This has to stop! And this story is unfortunately not unusual. So like I hear them once a week. Such incidents are much more common than it was 20, 30 or 40 years.

FOCUS Online: a couple of weeks ago they published a study: