Obstetrics and Gynaecology Claim Success Stories

Lucy was pregnant with her first baby and attended hospital to be induced.. There were difficulties progressing labour and she required an episiotomy.

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Rita was injured when forceps were used negligently as she gave birth to her child. The resulting injuries, both physical and psychological, resulted in an award of compensation of £80,000.

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Case study about Sarah, who was born with significant physical disabilities due to a lack of action on her distressed heart rate while her mother was in labour.

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Case study of a new mother who was awarded £200,000 in compensation due to substandard care during labour.

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Case study of a woman who was awarded £7,500 in compensation due to negligent closing of a wound following surgery.

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Sandra was negligently fitted with a contraceptive coil, leading to the termination of an abnormal fetus and gynaecological problems

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Following a sterilisation operation Nancy suffered an necrotising fasciitis infection, and fistula. She recovered from these complications but the sterilisation didn't work and she became pregnant again.

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After complaining of vaginal bleeding Mrs Smith, a fit 71 year old, underwent a hysteroscopy to remove a uterine polyp. She had previously had a number of similar polyps successfully removed by D&C (Dilation and curettage)

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Sandra had an uneventful pregnancy and an apparently normal vaginal delivery of her first child. The baby was of average size ana although an episiotomy was not considered necessary, unfortunately Sandra sustained a severe 2nd degree perineal tear

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Jane noticed a lump in her vagina which was not painful. Her gynaecologist diagnosed a urethral cyst but due to the proximity to the bladder he referred her on to a consultant urologist for treatment.

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Kayleigh delivered her first baby by caesarean section, the baby was well and Kayleigh was looking forward to going home. However, Kayleigh became gravely ill with HELLP syndrome and was admitted to the intensive care unit.

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Christine had 3 children all of whom were delivered by forceps. This resulted in a number of gynaecological problems. She underwent a posterior vaginal repair, a colposuspension and eventually had an abdominal hysterectomy.

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Kay was admitted to hospital in labour with her third child. Seven years previously, when delivering her first child, she had sustained a second degree tear. The baby was bigger than average and the labour advanced quite rapidly.

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When Felicity was 15½ weeks pregnant she underwent a scan at hospital and she was told the baby did not have a heart beat and was only 12½ weeks in size

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