11 Important Things To Keep In Mind About Getting A C-Section
Most women prefer c-section when it comes to delivering babies, and over the years, the percentage of c-section deliveries has been on a rise. However, in cases where women have kids when they are older or owing to infertility treatments, a c-section looks like the easier option. However, WHO recently said that c-section can prove to be risky sometimes for both the mother and the baby. However, many would still prefer a c-section because their va—nas would stay the same.
If you plan on getting a c-section, here are a few pointers you need to keep in mind.
(1) Many women do want to give birth vag-nally but due to some complications, they will have no option but to go with a c-section. Therefore in such a scenario, a c-section is safer.
(2) Just because c-section is commonly preferred, it doesn’t make it fully safe, there are a lot of risks associated with it.
(3) Before the procedure is being carried on, you will be injected with anaesthesia such as a spinal block, which will numb your body below the waistline. This means you will very much be awake but not feel any pain during the process.
(4) Babies born out of c-section are not colonized with their mother’s intestinal microbes that might or might not impact their health in the long run.
(5) Vag-nal deliveries are more painful but the recovery time is much lesser than that of someone who delivers a baby through a c-section.
(6) After you have delivered babies through c-section, you will have to bear with intense pa-n, and every movement will h-rt your body.
(7) The parts of your body recovering after childbirth are similar to that of a vag-nal delivery.
(8) The s-car on your lower abdomen will not completely go even if you had your plastic surgeon try his best to cover that up.
(9) Just because you delivered your first baby through a c-section doesn’t mean you should even have your second baby through the same process.
(10) However, if you have multiple c-sections, there are high chances of health-based risks which will affect you.
(11) Just because someone gave birth to their child through a c-section doesn’t make them any less of a mother.