Cesarean section

If you can't deliver vaginally, C-section allows the fetus to be delivered surgically. You may be able to plan and schedule your Cesarean. Or, you may have it done because of problems during labor. Several conditions make a Cesarean delivery more likely. These include: Abnormal fetal heart rate. The fetal heart rate during labor is a good sign of how well the fetus is doing. Your provider will monitor the fetal heart rate during labor. The normal rate varies between 120 to 160 beats per minute. If the fetal heart rate shows there may be a problem, your provider will take immediate action. This may be giving the mother oxygen, increasing fluids, and changing the mother's position. If the heart rate doesn’t improve, he or she may do a Cesarean delivery. Abnormal position of the fetus during birth. The normal position for the fetus during birth is head-down, facing the mother's back. Sometimes a fetus is not in the right position. This makes delivery more difficult through the birth canal. Problems with labor. Labor that fails to progress or doesn't progress the way it should. Size of the fetus. The baby is too large for your provider to deliver vaginally. Placenta problems. This includes placenta previa, in which the placenta blocks the cervix. (Premature detachment from the fetus is known as abruption.) Certain conditions in the mother, such as diabetes, high blood pressure, or HIV infection Active herpes sores in the mother’s vagina or cervix Twins or other multiples Previous C-section Homeopathic treatment: Belli's perennis, staphysagria

4 Likes

LikeAnswersShare

Es halat me sad ok ho jatta h

Thank you doctor
0

Good post doctor

Thank you doctor
0

Informative

Thank you doctor
1