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C Section Delivery

C Section Delivery

C section delivery

In C Section delivery, the baby is delivered surgically by making an incision in the mother’s abdomen. It is also called the cesarean section. When due to certain medical conditions or emergencies, it is too risky for normal vaginal delivery, the doctor asks for C-section delivery. Medical emergencies can be when the baby shows signs of fetal distress or the baby passes stool in the uterus, or the mother is tired of a long labour, or if the baby’s oxygen supply is cut off as the umbilical cord slips through the cervix. C section deliveries are recommended when normal delivery is not possible or when the expected mother fails to deliver the baby with normal procedure. We have expert doctors for C- section delivery. It is done when a mother gets too tired and cannot push after a long labour, or the oxygen supply is cut off. Reasons for C section delivery can be:

  •   The baby has developmental conditions
  •  baby’s head is too big for the birth canal
  •  the baby is coming out feet first (breech birth)
  •  early pregnancy complications
  •  mother’s health problems, such as high blood pressure or unstable heart disease
  •  mother has active genital herpes that could be transmitted to the baby
  •  previous cesarean delivery
  •  problems with the placenta, such as placental abruption or placenta previa
  •  problems with the umbilical cord
  •  the baby is coming out shoulder first (transverse labour) Dr Chetna Jain is an adept and expert gynaecologist and obstetrician and can handle any complications during labour. She can delicately handle complications of C section deliveries like
  •  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
  •  surgical injury to other organs
  •  adhesions, hernia, and other complications of abdominal surgery

C-section is not painful . There is pulling and pressure sensations.During the delivery, most women are awake and numbed from the waist down using anesthesia.

You cannot lift anything heavier than your baby. Pushing and pulling motions after a C-section delivery.You will have to rest for at least eight weeks and bending should be avoided until the incision heals.

Vaginal delivery has three stages that are labour i.e the shortening and opening of the cervix, then is descent and birth of the baby and the last is the delivery of the placenta.

Dr Chetna is the best doctor for C section delivery with great surgical skills and exceptional in the field of gynaecology and obstetrics.

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