Most women experience bleeding after childbirth, but when blood loss is high, it can be a health hazard. For this reason, there are some risk factors that can be controlled to prevent postpartum haemorrhage.
This is the case for pregnant women with polyhydramnios or excess amniotic fluid. In addition, women over 35 years of age, a twin pregnancy or having previously undergone a curettage are also risk factors for postpartum haemorrhage.
Other possible causes are the presence of fibroids, a long labour or pathologies in the mother such as diabetes