The contents of the fluid (e.g., shed fetal cells, meconium, lanugo, vernix) may produce pulmonary or cerebral emboli. … usually fatal to the mother if it is a pulmonary embolism. amniotic fluid embolism A condition resulting from a traumatic delivery and “injection” of amniotic fluid containing lanugo … latter can stain alveolar epithelial cells. amniotic fluid embolism Obstetrics A condition resulting from a traumatic delivery and 'injection' of amniotic fluid containing lanugo
and headaches Dehydration Shortness of breath Cold hands and feet Bloating Constipation Hair loss Stomach pains Decreased metabolic rate Edema (water retention) Growth or Lanugo … Effects Anorexia Symptoms Anorexia Diagnosis Anorexia Treatment Anorexia Support Anorexia Recovery Anorexia Statistics Bulimia Nervosa Binge Eating Compulsive Overeating Lanugo … tiredness Feeling dizzy Stomach pains Constipation and bloating Feeling cold or have a low body temperature Growth of downy (soft and fine) hair all over your body (called Lanugo
In normal circumstances, lanugo hair is shed before birth and replaced by vellus hair; however, in a person with congenital hypertrichosis lanuginosa, the lanugo hair remains … As the person ages, the lanugo hair may thin, leaving only limited areas of hypertrichosis. … Hair in hypertrichosis is usually longer than expected and may consist of any hair type (lanugo, vellus, or terminal).
The widespread appearance of lanugo in the adult may be a sign of internal cancer or portend the onset of malignant disease; however, there have been no reports of such cases … Note: Lanugo-type hirsutism occurs frequently, commonly in children and women. … Other Frequent Adverse Reactions Hirsutism of the lanugo type, mainly on the forehead, back and limbs, occurs most commonly in children and women and may be cosmetically unacceptable