She had one full-term delivery, one premature delivery which did not survive, one abortion or miscarriage, and has one living child.
G3P2002 = the woman is pregnant with her third child and has two living full-term kids G6P2124 = the woman is pregnant with her sixth pregnancy.
The doctor (not us midwives) applies a suction cup (like a plumber’s helper) to the baby’s head and gently draws it out, when the mother is too tired to push effectively any more but the baby is very low in the pelvis.
This can be quite difficult since the fetus is still very small at this point, and may be moving around a lot.to calculate a “risk score” for Down Syndrome/associated anomalies. It cannot diagnose a problem, only point out that a problem MAY BE there.The mother must have a definitive test ( amnio or CVS) which actually examines the chromosomes of the fetus before anyone can say for sure that there is truly a problem with the baby.She had 2 abortions or miscarriages, and surviving children include 2 full-term pregnancies and one premie which survived.Since the last number indicates she has 4 living kids, then you have to figure that one of the pregnancies was a twin pregnancy and both the babies survived.