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Nursing diagnosis for normal spontaneous vaginal delivery

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by letranite07 letranite07 (New Member) New Member

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Hello everyone! I am new here and I just started my hospital duty last wednesday. anyway, last friday I was assigned at the OB ward where I handled two patients who both undergo normal delivery.. The first one was okay,she said she was only a little tired and no vaginal pain, on my observation, she was overall well and only a little drowsy. On my second patient, she was mute so I had to talk to her relative. she's only having vaginal pain but she looks completely well, she's even smiling to her baby. and both of them properly knows how to breastfeed. I hope you all can help me with this,, thanks in advance!

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JBMmom has 6 years experience as a MSN and specializes in Long term care; med-surg; critical care.

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You've got things like impaired mobility r/t pain (even if they're not feeling it right after, there will likely be some pain at some point), altered sleep pattern r/t care of newborn, enhanced readiness for learning r/t parenting, enhanced readiness for breastfeeding, risk of pain r/t breastfeeding. Hope these are a good start. Good luck.

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