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Digital Impression: C-Section or Cesarean Delivery

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C-Section or Cesarean Delivery

What is C section Delivery??

C section delivery is also known as Cesarean delivery. It’s a surgical process where baby is taken through incision in the abdomen and uterus. Mother wont feel any pain during the operation but may feel the sensation like pulling & pressure and mostly awake to hear & see their baby being born. U sually m other's lower body numbed from the waist down by giving them regional anaesthesia(epidural & spinal block or combined regional anaesthesia). It’s a major surgery & takes longer time to heal then vaginal birth. Some women experienced long term pain & weakness after C-section . Cesarean delivery is generally avoided before 39 weeks so that child gets proper time to develop in the womb. In rare case if any complication arises then the c section performed before 39 weeks. Now its become a common procedure to deliver a baby.

Reasons For C-Section Delivery

  • Baby head is bigger than the birth canal.
  • If baby is in distress i.e. changes in baby's heartbeat
  • Abnormal position of baby where baby's buttock or feet enter the birth canal first or shoulder first which is also known as breech or traverse positions.
  • Early pregnancy complications
  • Problems with placenta such as placenta praevia(‘Low-lying placenta’ where the placenta covers, or reaches the internal os of the cervix), placenta abruption or placenta accerata.
  • Tachycardia(is a condition which exceed the normal resting rate) in the mother or baby after amniotic rupture i.e water(amniotic) sac bust.
  • After water sac rupture the hypertension in mother or baby.
  • Pre-eclampsia is a pregnancy complication where a pregnant lady is having high blood pressure, protein in urine & swelling in their legs, feet & hands. It can be from mild to severe
  • Prolapsed umbilical cord i.e. the cord slips through the cervix ahead of the baby.
  • Previous C- Section delivery
  • Mother has active genital herpes which could be transmitted to baby
  • Reduced oxygen supply to baby.
  • Baby's weight is more than 4.5 kg.


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