A rare case of cervical fibroid presenting as retained placenta with postpartum hemorrhage

Meenakshi Chowdhury, Vineeta Gupta, Vidushi Jyala Jain, Aparna Bhardwaj

Abstract


Fibroids during pregnancy are often asymptomatic but sometimes may lead to various complications and unusual presentations. We are reporting an unusual case of cervical fibroid during pregnancy that presented as retained placenta with postpartum hemorrhage following a full term normal vaginal delivery.


Keywords


Degenerated leiomyoma, Vaginal myomectomy, PPH (post-partum hemorrhage), Cervical fibroid

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