Department of Gynaecology & Obstetrics(She Care)
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What is C- Section (Caesarean Section)?
A cesarean section, also known as a cesarean section or cesarean section, is a surgical procedure in which a baby is delivered through incisions in the abdomen and uterus. They are carried out when a vaginal birth is not possible or safe, or when the health of you or your baby is at risk.
You may need a cesarean section if you have certain medical conditions or if you experience birth complications from a vaginal delivery. A planned cesarean section occurs when any of the following conditions exist:-
Cephalopelvine Disproportion (CPD):-
CPD is a term that means your baby's head or body is too large to fit safely through your pelvis, or your pelvis is too small to give birth to an average-sized baby.
Although it is possible to have a vaginal delivery after a previous cesarean, is not an option for everyone. Factors that can affect this include the type of uterine incision used in the previous cesarean and the risk of uterine rupture.
You are expecting multiple births:-
Although twins can often be delivered vaginally, cesarean sections may be required if there are two or more babies.
In this condition, the placenta sits too low in the uterus, blocking the baby's exit through the cervix.
The baby is in a horizontal or lateral position in the uterus.
In a breech presentation, your baby's feet or buttocks are first in the womb. Some providers may try to rotate your baby, but if unsuccessful, a cesarean will be required.
Conditions such as heart disease can be made worse by labor during vaginal delivery. A cesarean section is required if you have genital herpes at the time of delivery.
A large uterine fibroid, a pelvic fracture, or carrying a baby with certain birth defects can also be reasons for a cesarean.
- Reduced risk of incontinence and sexual dysfunction after the childbirth.
- Reduced risk of the baby being deprived of oxygen during birth.
- Reduced risk of trauma to the baby as it passes through the birth canal.
Yes, This is available in Bareilly at Gangasheel Hospital.