csection complications

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C-section complications are unintended events that occur during the operation. Complications are rare but can include infection, bleeding, or injury to the mother or baby.
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Dr. Alan Patterson answered:

What are some complications associated with c section?

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who is going to do the csection or who is taking care of your PG should discuss all of that with you like I do with all of my pts , I have a consent form they sign outlining possible complications. Most people do very well, but possible complications are infection, bleeding , bowel ileus, bladder or bowel injury. You can also have complications after a vaginal delivery , even thoughmost peopledon'
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I had one c.section if I keep getting pregnant will I keep having them ?

Depends

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Some people are candidates to attempt vaginal delivery after a c section. This is called a VBAC
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Dr. PAUL EUN answered:

How long does bleeding complication associated with c section complications last?

Up to 6 weeks

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One can have bleeding on and off for up to 6 weeks after delivery, vaginal or cesarean. However, it should not be increasing with time. If the bleeding is heavy, you should call your doctor.
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How long does surgery complications associated with c section complications last?

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What complications do you mean?
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How long does anesthesia complications associated with c section complications last?

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do you currently have a complication? although complications are rare, there are many possibilities. a headache from the placement of the epidural; a reaction to one of the meds used-and there are varying reactions/side effects. numbness in the legs from positioning or from a nerve that was injured during the anesthetic. and then there are the complications from the surgery.
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Thrombophilia and c section complications if already on heparin and managing thrombophilia?

None.

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If you are anticoagulated, interrupting for delivery the likelihood of thrombosis should be quite small. Anticoagulation should continue for 6 weeks after delivery, using enoxaparin, warfarin, heparin or other similar agents.
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Dr. Tracy A. Berg answered:

C-Section scar, pain, complications 3 years after surgery, currently pregnant. is this normal?

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During pregnancy it is best to avoid surgery unless there is an emergency situation. With your old C-section scar, you might benefit from a scar revision. Okay to ask your OB doc about this upcoming delivery. If you have another C-section, your OB might release the old scar, and/or revise it at the time of delivery. Good luck
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I've had a perforated bowel, and became septic following my c-section 13 months ago and now I am pregnant. What are the complications?

Certainly the same

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Risks apply. Bowel injuries are uncommon in c-section so it may have been partly because you have issues that make surgery difficult. The docs will be vigilant, I'm sure, so perhaps this time a perforation will be less likely. You may consider trying vaginal birth, depending on number of c-sections and/or why u had your first c-section. Congradulation's on your pregnancy.
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I had a c.section done 2yrs ago yes I want more kids & I want a tummy tuck does it make a difference if I get preggo now & a tummy tuck a year after?

Timing helps

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Having your kids first, all of them, before such a cosmetic procedure is a wise consideration.The plan you list will allow you time to shed some pregnancy weight and obtain an outcome you are more likely to be happy with.
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