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Reasons for cesarean birth

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Reasons for cesarean birth
Are you a mother at high risk or not, it is a good idea to be prepared for the possibility of having a cesarean, because the shock does not occur.

Emergency Cesarean section is performed only after a definitive diagnosis is made. A woman will have an emergency caesarean section if there is pelvic disproportion (baby's too big to fit through the birth canal), fetal distress (eg, due to wrap the cord around the neck of the fetus, placental insufficiency, low oxygen, or infection) distress, the mother, such as abruption placenta, maternal heart problems, or toxemia of pregnancy. time will be essential, very important for you to ask for even a brief explanation of the operation. It is also your prerogative to ask for a second opinion.

The following are the most common thing for cesarean birth:Placental abruption, placenta previa, in order to prevent excessive maternal bleeding that can affect the fetus, Repeat cesarean because of previous surgery on the uterus, forceps or vacuum failure. to prevent rapid blood and loss of oxygen to the baby as a result of separating the placenta, herpes infection, to prevent passing on to the baby through the birth canal, to prevent fetal complications, fetal distress as identified by ultrasound and / or fetal monitoring, abnormal fetal position , such as breech or transverse presentation, making it impossible for the baby through the birth canal, maternal diabetes, if the disease results in a very large baby or poor blood flow to the placenta, umbilical cord prolapse, in order to prevent the loss of oxygen to the baby, Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD) , if the baby's head is too large to pass through the birth canal, severe toxemia, failure of labor to progress or if oxytocin is not effective, forceps or vacuum failure.

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