C-Section (Cesarean Section): What to expect

Despite the fact that recovery from caesarean delivery takes longer, the mothers giving birth to their babies this way are still able to carry their babies code babies shortly after birth.

The process of caesarean section on an operation with a specialist to generate cuts the abdomen and uterus (womb) to raise the child or children, to the outside.

Mothers usually stay awake during surgery, and they can see the moment their child is taken out of them.

There are two types of caesarean sections, which are planned (also called optional), and an emergency type. If you have a C-section, you can still have a vaginal delivery next time.

A woman who performs a planned or optional caesarean section will be fully aware of all the information about the birth and pregnancy she needs in advance.

There are many reasons why women planning a caesarean section and these include:

  • You and your baby have become complications during pregnancy or childbirth.
    I already had a C-section.
    You have an infection that can be transmitted to your child during vaginal childbirth.

    I ordered a C-section.
    Your child is lying exposed (sideways) or continues to move (unstable) or is down, cut, position.
    You have a cramp or a cramp.
    Your baby’s not growing right.
    You have a pre-existing medical condition, such as heart disease or diabetes that puts you or baby at risk.
    Your placenta’s low.
    You have multiple births.
    I lost a child during or before the previous birth.
    About six per cent of births by caesarean section is classified as an emergency

Could have happened because … :

Complications during pregnancy or work affect you or your child.

Umbilical cord landing (when the umbilical cord advances on your child and there is a risk that it will crush and block the baby’s oxygen). Your work is taking too long and you’re not expanding enough.

During the pregnancy, information about what’s happening to your body and what can be expected from the vital changes… It’s not more than that when you’re having a C-section.

Will give you a full explanation of the procedure and all the scenarios of potential risk and you will be asked to give your consent before the process goes forward

The main disadvantage of caesarean delivery is the pain and discomfort after the operation which can last a few weeks.

Medicines will help you to adapt, but your daily activities may be affected for several weeks.