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How To Reduce Tummy After Cesarean Delivery
And watch your calor: Use proper technique, do not cause pain to your spine. If this site allows, here is a link to a good work out technique: http://www.Youtube.Com/watch?V=fuyy7qix3w8. ...Read more
Muscle tone: Abdominal muscle tone is regained by sit-ups and abdominal crunches after the baby is born. Women who have a cesarean section must wait a little longer before doing those exercises than a woman who has had a vaginal delivery. With a little work that muscle tone can be regained. ...Read more
My wife is 36 weeks pregnant. Usg shows 144 bpm, cord around neck, low abdominal size, 2.2kg. Are any of these causes for early delivery with cesarean section?
Nuchal cord: This usually resolves by itself before delivery or can be handled at the time of delivery. Talk with your ob. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My wife is 36 weeks pregnant. The usg shows low abdominal size + 2.2kg + cord around the neck. Is that cause for early delivery with cesarean section?
It is cause to be: Monitored closely with ultrasounds and bpp, can be induced or do elective csection at 39 weeks as long as there is no fetal compromise before that please discuss with your obgyn asap. ...Read more
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Pain In LUQ: I bet the pain has nothing to do with the c/s. I would see a GI doc and see if the pain is in their field. If it is from the c/s, it is prob from scar tissue but you would not expect that to cause pain in the upper abdomen. Hope this helps! ...Read more
My wife had cesarean 3 mo bak and has sharp abdomen pain since last 3 wks, aftr ultrasound, gynae has suggstd that its a blood clot. Plz suggest/help?
PT?: It isn't that common to get blood clot or hematoma under the skin and for it to start hurting 3 months after surgery. Make sure the ultrasound was pelvic and looked at ovaries/uterus as well as abdominal and looked at liver, subcutaneous tissues, etc. If no obvious culprit, physical therapy and/or acupuncture can be very helpful. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What could be causing involuntry muscle contraction/twitching while sleeping for 4-5sec once runing from upper abdomen to leg post 15days of cesarean?
Nerve damage: damage to the nerves going to the muscles in that region. called fasciculations. Possibly due to damage caused by surgery. this should resolve over time. if it doesn't resolve in a couple of months, I would see a neurologist, specially if you are having symptoms like numbness and twitching in your hands and feet. ...Read more
Weight loss: If you just had a c-section, you need a few month for the skin to retract, otherwise by losing the baby fat, you'll get in better shape.However, you will still have loose skin and possibly some left over fat that could be suctioned. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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