A woman can give birth normally (vaginal birth), or through a cesarean or C-section procedure. But on what basis has the treating doctor made the decision? “Caesarean or C-section is often advised in case of complication at the time of delivery” pregnancy, These include problems with the placenta, such as a low-lying placenta (placenta previa); the baby is in an awkward position for delivery, such as bottom-up (breech); If you are carrying twins who share a placenta; or if you have one gestational pregnancyDr Shobha Gupta, Medical Director, Gynecologist and IVF Specialist, Mother’s Lap IVF Center New Delhi and Vrindavan said, indianexpress.com.
The specialist prescribed a C-section involves making cuts in the deep tissue just behind the urinary bladder in the abdominal wall and lower part of the uterus, so that Distribution Can be done after opening the uterus.
But, is a C-section delivery also recommended at the request of the woman? “Yes, a woman can opt for early C-sec delivery if she is advised by a doctor. She may also have the privilege of choosing a date from 37 weeks to 40 weeks for planning c-sectionDr Sonal Kumta, Senior Consultant – Obstetrician and Gynecologist, Fortis Hospital, Mulund said.
Specifically, the due date or expected due date that is given to the patient is at the completion of 40 weeks of pregnancy, or nine months and seven days after the date of the last period. “So, it is practically the last safest day to opt for delivery. Generally, 37 weeks delivery is considered a term pregnancy or a safe, full-term delivery,” explains Dr. Kumta. indianexpress.com,
Jayashree Nagaraj Bhasgi, Senior Consultant, Obstetrics & Gynecology, Fortis Hospital, Richmond Road, Bangalore indianexpress.com In an earlier conversation that apart from health considerations, a C-section may also be opted for if mothers request “fear of the experience” pain during pregnancyOr for good times”.
According to Dr Bhasgi, sophisticated techniques in anesthesia and surgery as well as good quality suture material, strict aseptic precautions, use of appropriate antibiotics, availability of blood and blood products have increased the morbidity and mortality in case of C-sections. has reduced.
Dr Ruby Sehra, Head of the Department and Senior Consultant, Obstetrician and Gynecologist at Shree Balaji Action Medical Institute, Delhi said that “Caesarean delivery is very normal and generally safe”. indianexpress.com That it may be tempting to “schedule your baby’s birth” to avoid the uncertainty and pain of labor.
“Some people choose Distribution on particular MuhurtaOptional or planned delivery on a public holiday, Sunday, or desired time and date. If you choose to have a C-section instead of a vaginal birth, talk to your doctor about the risks and benefits of both options,” Dr. Sehra said.
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