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c. While this can occur when labor begins, it is also possible for it to occur prior to labor. One of the main signs that the baby is in distress is the baby’s heartrate.

Doctors monitor the heartrate of the baby throughout the pregnancy and as the mother is going into labor. When the baby is in distress, there will be drastic changes to the heartrate. If the baby remains in distress for too long, it is possible that it may not survive or that the baby may have brain damage.

Fetal-distress-means-that-the-baby-of-a-pregnant-woman-is-not-receiving-the-right-amount-of-oxygen-in-its-blood-supplyFor this reason, it is usually best if the baby is born immediately. In order to avoid a lengthy labor and delivery, it is usually suggested that women have an emergency c-section to deliver the baby quickly. This can help to protect the health of the baby.

Learning of fetal distress early is very important. This is the reason that women should attend all prenatal visits to their doctor while they are pregnant. Doctors will listen to the heartbeat during these visits, which will help them to determine whether or not the baby is in distress.



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