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How can we explain the increase in cesarean delivery rate in recent years?
Women's career choices make the gestational age progress. Cesarean rates are increasing with late births. In addition, with the technological developments, the baby is now closely monitored. In this way, in case of any problems that may occur during normal birth, normal birth can be terminated by cesarean section.
What are the complications during cesarean delivery?
During emergency cesarean section, the possibility of having problems due to inappropriate hygienic environment and insufficient tools increases. Most of the complications seen in the caesarean section are similar to those seen during normal birth. However, after the birth of the baby's uterine muscles can not contract enough and severe bleeding can be severe.
What are the complications after cesarean delivery?
In recent years, due to different reasons more preferred caesarean section after the birth, all observations in accordance with the rules and carefully, the risk of postoperative complications can occur significantly reduces.
• In the case of prolonged labor and prolonged labor after cesarean section, the average rate of intrauterine inflammation after cesarean is 35-40%.
• Urinary tract infection may occur due to catheter insertion. However, thanks to the use of antibiotics, postnatal complications due to life-threatening infections are less than two percent.
• Painkillers used for pain control during anesthesia and after cesarean section can also affect bowel function. In the first 24 hours after surgery, patients may have nausea and abdominal tension.
• During pregnancy and postpartum period, the possibility of blood clotting in the blood of the patient's body increases and the risk of vascular blockage increases. Obesity, limitation of movement, maternal age and increased number of births are among the other factors that increase the risk of vascular obstruction. This risk, which is seen in 0.24 percent of all births, increases more after cesarean delivery.
• Blood clotting in the vein and vascular occlusion due to this condition manifests itself as unilateral tenderness, redness and swelling of the legs.
What can be done to make the post-cesarean section more comfortable?
Generally, removing the patient from the bed within the first 8 to 12 hours after the surgery helps the lungs to breathe, to prevent vascular obstruction and to regulate bowel functions. After caesarean section, patients can usually stand up comfortably on the first day, walk around and take a shower on the second day. Again, the first six hours after the process before the mouth liquid, then solid food intake can be started. To minimize the risk of infection, a catheter is inserted into the patient, preferably within the first 12 hours after cesarean section. The dressing at the caesarean section is opened 24 hours after the surgery and there is no need to have another dressing instead.
Can a woman who gives birth by caesarean section give birth later?
Once a caesarean section was performed, it was always thought that caesarean section would be done. Now that opinion has changed. If the woman does not have a problem that prevents her from having a normal birth, if the reason for the previous cesarean section is not permanent, normal birth can be tried at the next birth. Conditions such as severe hip stenosis, trauma or rupture at birth, and not being prepared for emergency conditions make it impossible to try normal birth after cesarean section. In cases where more than one cesarean section is performed, normal birth should not be tried.