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Is Surgery Complications A Symptom Of C Section Complications
C-Section: Wow this is a good question but the biggest complication is with bleeding. Infection bad scar formation, and the anesthetic risks. Sometimes you may even require a hysterectomy. You can have damage to internal organs that will require repair. Future risks deal with rupture of the uterus in the next labor, and placental complications in future pregnancies. Hope this helps! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Infection, bleeding.: An urgent or emergent repeat cesarean section after failed trial of labor in women with a prior cesarean section can be a very morbid procedure with high risk for infection, fever, bleeding, transfusion, injury to the bladder, ureters, bowel, possible hysterectomy and infertility. A prelabor repeat c-section is infinitely safer and more controlled - and is a much preferable choice. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Cataract surgery: Cataract surgery is usually very safe. There can be complications. More common ones are posterior capsule opacification requiring a later laser procedure, wound leak, posterior capsule rupture. Less common ones are retinal detachment, infection, and prolonged inflammation. For more information please check out: http://www.allaboutvision.com/conditions/cataract-complications.htm ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Risks!: The success is greater than 98-99++% and usually all goes well. But the risks are bleeding, swelling of the retina, retinal detachment, corneal swelling / scarring, slippage of the lens, wrong lens power, infection, blindness, the need for a second surgery, etc. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Is there a risk of paralysis after spinal fusion? I'm worried about accidental paralysis after spinal fusion. Is this a risk?
Yes, but unlikely: There is a risk of any surgery, and the risk includes paralysis as well as death. However, the risk is very small. Just like there is a risk of dying in a car wreck every time you drive. This just shows how important it is to attempt any alternative to surgery, and only go forward with surgery as the last resort. ...Read more
Depends: It depends on what is being bypassed. Bypass is a surgical concept where beginning and landing with conduit bypasses something, (artery blockage, stomach). All surgical interventions carry risk. The risk to benefit analysis is individual. Take a friend with you for this discussion. Results can be improved with excellent post-operative team care. ...Read more
A surgical correction [CTR] is possible fix for airway obstruction necess. trach, how soon do you rec doing this major surgery with high risk of complications?
When it's safe: Your question is a little confusing. Not sure what ctr is. Anytime the benefits outweigh the risks, that's the time to do the intervention, whether it be surgery or medications. The airway is the most important of all body functions. Without a patent airway, nothing else works. If there is an obstructed airway, then the sooner a procedure to correct this is done, then the better. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It's complicated: Heart surgery is risky - there are risks of stroke, heart attack, liver failure, kidney failure, infection, bleeding, even death. However, for some patients, depending on their individual medical condition and heart blood vessel anatomy, having heart surgery is less risky than not having heart surgery. Many many studies have been devoted to trying to identify who these patients are. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Uterine rupture.: Catastrophic uterine rupture is the most serious complication of attempted vbac (vaginal birth after cesarean section): it can prove lethal for the fetus, the mother or both! if you do not want anymore children, this is too great a risk to take - you may be better off with a prelabor scheduled repeat c-section and bilateral tubal ligation. Talk to your obstetrician! ...Read more
A few rare risks: This list can sound very scary. Truth is a vaginal delivery is safer than a scheduled c-section which is safer than an emergency c-section. Overall the risks of c-section are very low. They include bleeding, infection, injury to uterus, bowels and bladder, blood clots, and rarely death. Keep in mind that the risks of driving your car would be serious bodily harm. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Section with first/breech. This is last baby. No complications this preg. Which is riskier to baby--section or vbac? Which is riskier to mother?
Baby prefers C/S.: In broad terms, a repeat cesarean delivery without labor is the safest for the baby. Both options are extremely safe for the mother in the U.S. - slightly increased risk with cesarean. If you are planning to have your tubes tied for permanent sterilization you are better off scheduling your repeat cesarean delivery at 39 weeks with btl to be done at the same time. Talk to your obstetrician! ...Read more
Relatively safe: C- section is relatively safe. In fact almost 1 in 4 women will have the procedure. However, it does pose a higher risk of some complications than a vaginal delivery. It is therefore important to know and understand your risks before having the procedure. A good under-standing will help you in your discussions with your ob/gyn. Visit www.Americanpregnancy.Org/labornbirth/cesareanrisks.Html. ...Read more
I have myelofibrosis and complication of hardening of connective tissues. Is there a treatment for this complication ?
Maybe.: Myelofibrosis is a unusual disease of blood and bone marrow where the marrow is replaced by what looks like scar tissue. This results in bone marrow cells moving to the liver and spleen, those organs enlarge and become hard. There is one drug, jakafi, (ruxolitinib) fda approved to shrink the spleen. There are other drugs like it in trial. Only cure is bone marrow transplant, but there are significant risks. ...Read more
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
What's the risk of septal perforation from a revision rhinoplasty? I've heard the risk is higher with revision rhinoplasty than with primary rhinoplasty. Is that true? How high is the risk?
Yes: With any operation or injury to the body there is the risk of scarring. There is the risk of a scar on the skin where the surgeon entered the body, as well as, risks of scarring with everything that was touched inside the body. Scarring is how the body heals tissue. We can try to do things to minimize the scar and the tension in the scar, but there will be a scar. ...Read more
Is there any risk of developing a malignancy following corneal transplant surgery? I am scheduled for a corneal transplant later this month as a treatment for corneal degeneration. What's the possibility of a transplant-related malignancy?
Woud you please discuss the complications of removed a feutus of 5 months after iufd by surgery methods?
If that happened: To u , am very sorry, your doctor should have explained all the possible risks and had u sign a consent form, hopefully there will not be any problems, possible problems are infection, retained poc, perforation of the uterus, excessive bleeding during or post op, possible problems with whatever anest is used, I am sure your doc will do a good job and the procedure will be uneventful. ...Read more
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