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How Soon Am I Fertile Again After C Section
Yes: You have unlimited negative right (ie the right to refuse any treatment.) if you are feeling the need to refuse a cesarean, make sure you understand why someone is recommending one. You may be refusing something that would be in your or your infants best interest. Many things can be done to reduce the likelihood of needing a cesarean, but some cesareans will be necessary despite all measures. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
No: Cesarean's are needed for certain positions of babies. Usually if there are three or more, at least one of the babies will be in the wrong position for a vaginal delivery. If the babies are early, a cesarean may be needed to protect the brain. However, if there are just two babies, close to term and they are both in the right position, a vaginal delivery may be possible. Talk to your doctor. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Too little info: I presume you mean induced delivery. There are various reasons why a C-section or an induced delivery may be undertaken. Difficult to comment without knowing the full circumstances ...Read more
Mature baby: First question is when is the best time for fetal maturity. Second question is what is the safest time for mother and last question should be about convience for pt family or dr. Hopefully all can be safely met. Most drs. Agree, after 39 completed weeks. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Recovery: Usually there is a few weeks of recovery. You heal from the c/section and enjoy your new baby and life. Best wishes! ...Read more
Yes and No: It is safer than emergency treatment but remember any surgery has risks so it's important that you and your doctor go over the risks and benefits. Any emergency situation could be dangerous so avoid them if feasible. ...Read more
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Like any surgery but: Cesarean during labor carries slightly higher risks of infection and bleeding versus a scheduled cesarean. Also if it is a first abdominal surgery then surgical risks are lower. For repeat cesarean sections risks related to scar tissue, injury to bladder, injury to uterus, placenta abnormally attached - are all increased. Cesarean done for prematurity is also higher risk. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See OB, get op note: It is helpful to know what happened during surgery to know what might be happening. The surgeon who performed the c section is the best one to see. The person providing most OB care would also be a good choice. An exam of the incision site and a pelvic exam (sorry) would be important. Other tests might be ordered. Above all, ask for a copy of the op note while there in case there are more problems. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depends: It depends on a number of factors which mode of delivery to choose after a previous c/section. First and foremost, the reason for the first c/section needs to be taken into account. Next, is the hospital equipped to allow for a safe VBAC. This is a question that needs to be discussed with your obstetrician. If you have your prenatal care in a "staff clinic", ask to talk to the attending physician. ...Read more
Please ask your OB: Your OB knows u and how the surgery went and should have already told you that before you went home form the hospital, usually u can have the post partum lochia for 3-5 weeks but it should get less and lighter as time goes on and should be done by the 6 weeks post partum exam, if the bleeding is not getting less or if it is increasing please call your OB as u will need to be checked. ...Read more
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