Switching to C-Section

"Switching to C-Section"
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“Switching to C-Section”

Labor Pain is one of the most painful natural phenomenon for a pregnant women. They return from the mouth of death. Cesarean Section also called C-Section is the surgical delivery of a baby. It involves one incision in the mother’s abdomen and another in the uterus. Cesarean deliveries are generally avoided before 39 weeks of pregnancy so the child has proper time to develop in the womb. Sometimes, however, complications arise and a cesarean delivery must be performed prior to 39 weeks.

At present scenario, more people prefer to have the C-Section because of the pain during delivery. The womens can’t bother the pain during the delivery time and the party choose to have C-Section without any needs.

C-Section must be done only if there is an urgency seen by surgeons. The Normal Delivery is the best way to give the child birth. But, in some cases there the C-Section alternative is chosen due to some circumstances. The risks of a cesarean delivery A cesarean delivery is becoming a more common delivery type Worldwide, but it’s still a major surgery that carries risks for both mother and child. Natural childbirth remains the preferred method for the lowest risk of complications.

The risks of a cesarean delivery include

  • Bleeding -Blood Clots.
  • Breathing problems for the child, especially if done before 39 weeks of pregnancy.
  • Increased risks for future pregnancies -Infection -Injury to the child during surgery.
  • Longer recovery time compared with vaginal birth -etc

The doctor is able to determine baby or mother are showing any signs of complications that would require a cesarean delivery or not. Only after the decision must be taken whether to choose C-Section or not. As long as there’s no emergency, don’t let yourself be rushed. Take the time to make a decision that feels right to you, for now as well as for your future.

Mehfuj Ahamad Dhuniya
Hospital Pharmacist
Universal College of Medical Sciences, Teaching Hospital Bhairahawa, Nepal

 

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