Labour pain: 227 reports
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Drugs that could cause Labour pain
Conditions that could cause Labour pain
Most common Labour pain symptoms
- Drug exposure during pregnancy - (26 reports)
- Hypotension - (17 reports)
- Maternal exposure during pregnancy - (16 reports)
- Hypotonia neonatal - (14 reports)
- Foetal exposure during pregnancy - (12 reports)
- Respiratory disorder neonatal - (11 reports)
- Maternal drugs affecting foetus - (10 reports)
- Respiratory depression - (10 reports)
- Nausea - (10 reports)
- Anomaly of external ear congenital - (9 reports)
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