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Iam getting lower abdomen pain 5 months after cesarian section?

Iam getting lower abdomen pain 5 months after cesarian section?

Post op: Pain is not normal and may be a sign of a post op complication. Please contact your surgeon. ...Read more

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After a cesarian section, how long before a sit down bath can be taken?

After a cesarian section, how long before a sit down bath can be taken?

6 weeks.: Although i'm sure that many of my patients don't abide by this rule, i generally recommend for them to wait 6 weeks prior to tub bathing and intercourse. ...Read more

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What is the difference between normal painless delivery and cesarian section?

What is the difference between normal painless delivery and cesarian section?

Time: time is the difference between normal painless delivery and cesarean section. A c/section is done most of the time under spinal analgesia (shot in the back) that causes numbing, sometimes under general anesthesia, and takes between half an hour and an hour and a half. The normal labor process takes about 10 hours, during which epidural analgesia alleviates the pain the laboring woman experiences. ...Read more

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I had a C-section about two weeks ago o just after the cesarian o notice a smal hard ball just were my cesarian ends in the inside what it could be?

I had a C-section about two weeks ago o just after the cesarian o notice a smal hard ball just were my cesarian ends in the inside what it could be?

Inflammation: Most of the time if there is no redness or drainage, a small hard lump may be inflammation or scarring from the fascial closure. This is usually felt more easily on the edges where the sutures are knotted. Ask your doc if the area becomes larger, red, hot, or painful. ...Read more

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Are cesarian section infections common?

Are cesarian section infections common?

Overall, uncommon: But emergency c-sections tend to have a higher rate of postoperative infections than elective ones. ...Read more

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I just deliver my baby by c-section one month ago when can i start a diet and exercise and is the squat exercise effect my caesarean ?

I just deliver my baby by c-section one month ago when can i start a diet and exercise and is the squat exercise effect my caesarean  ?

About 6 weeks postop: As above, start slow and gradually build up an exercise routine. As always, consult with your OB with any specifics Best Wishes and hope your baby is doing well ...Read more

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Is an IUD safe for women who gave birth through a cesarian section?

Is an IUD safe for women who gave birth through a cesarian section?

Yes: It is safe for you regardless of cesarean or vaginal delivery. Unless your c-section was complicated by something very unusual, it is a great birth control. ...Read more

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What is the pathophysiology of a cesarian section with bilateral tubal ligation?

What is the pathophysiology of a cesarian section with bilateral tubal ligation?

Same: Same as a c-section without a tubal ligation. Healing is the same, hormone balance is the same, dependent more on whether you breast feed, take hormonal birth control, & how soon you resume ovulation. Patho-phys is therefore no different & different for each patient because of pain thresholds, healing parameters, use of medications, rest, & the amount of support. I hope that helps. ...Read more

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After being pregnant and post cesarian section for almost 2 months,I have pain in my sole of my feet right after my surgery,possibly because of what?

After being pregnant and post cesarian section for almost 2 months,I have  pain in my sole of my feet right after my surgery,possibly because of what?

Blood clot: in the leg needs to be ruled out by doppler. See your doctor for a check up. If no blood clot take some otc nsaid such as advil (ibuprofen) and see a foot doctor to get a prescription for orthotic for the shoe. ...Read more