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Published. Kaiser Family Foundation. 2005 Advisory Board Company and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.. Examines Examines problem of obstetric fistulaToronto Globe and Mail examined on Tuesday the problem of obstetric fistula ‘affect the poorest women in the most remote locations.’Obstetric fistula occurs when a fetus becomes lodged during labor in the narrow birth canal of a girl or young woman, causing pressure , blocks the flow of blood to vital tissues and cause tearing holes in the bowel, urethra or both, incontinence. Doctors can a small fistula surgically repaired in less than two hours, but a larger fistula repair and restore a woman’s continence could be more than one operation is necessary (Kaiser Daily Women’s Health Policy Report, Obstetric fistula can be prevented with caesarean section deliveries, but less than half of African women give birth in medical facilities or under trained supervision, the Globe and Mail reported.

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