5 kg 100 gram baby girl born in Mandla district of Madhya Pradesh
Mandla. NewDuniya Representative. A 5 kg 100 gram baby girl is born at Anjania Primary Health Center, which is much higher than normal. It is almost twice the average weight. She is admitted to Anjania Health Center 24 hours after birth. Both mother and child are healthy.
According to Dr. Ajayatosh Maravi of Primary Health Center, the baby weighs 5 kg 100 grams, while the average birth time of a newborn baby is mostly between 2 kg 500 grams to 3 kg 750 grams. Such a case may possibly be the first case of the region. According to the doctor, the length of the baby is 54 cm, which is normal. Dr. Ajayatosh said that the excess weight of the child is due to the inequality of the hormone. There may be a problem with the hormones of the mother or child, or it can also be due to the mother’s weight gain, sugar. Along with this, the weight of the baby can also increase due to overdose pregnancy.
Dr. Marawi said that Anjania, a resident of Raksha Kushwaha (29) husband Kishan Kumar Kushwaha, was brought to the primary health center, Anjania, after delivery at around 9 am on May 29. During the investigation, it was found that the mother is overweight. At the same time, the delivery time was also over.
There were no circumstances to refer the district hospital. Husband was explained. He was counseled. Referral could increase the risk. In view of this, the doctor and the present staff nurse took the risk and decided to deliver at the primary health center itself and succeeded in getting normal deliveries within about an hour. After delivery, the baby was normal and was crying too. After 24 hours both mother and baby are better and are admitted in primary health center itself.
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Such deliveries do not take place in primary health centers.
In which the mother’s weight is more or if the case is even a bit critical, then the primary health center is referred to the district hospital, but the medical staff of the primary health center will have to be paid. Who took the challenge in case of a difficult situation. Under the guidance of Dr. Ajay Tosh Marawi, with the support of Staff Nurse Lalita Raised and Sweeper Champa Bai, the women were given normal delivery.
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It was a serious matter, yet we decided to deliver in the Primary Health Center itself, given the immediate circumstances. Both mother and daughter are healthy, admitted in Anjania Health Center.
Dr. Ajay Tosh Maravi, Primary Health Center Anjania