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EFM tracing predictive of CPD

  1. 0 Ok, so we all know that early decels at 4 cm can definitely be associated with CPD, but I have a question about another indication. I have heard, at some conference at some point in time, that contractions that are asymmetrically skewed to the left is also associated with CPD. I cannot, however, find any reference or source for this information.
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  3. Visit  Fyreflie profile page
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    I've never heard anything like that, I'd be interested to know!
  4. Visit  Alikatz profile page
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    I haven't either and would love to know!
  5. Visit  babyktchr profile page
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    Coupling and tripling of contractions can sometimes mean that your baby is just too fat to fit, especially early on and you can't "pit thru them".