What is C-section Labor?
Cesarean delivery is the method of opening the uterus and giving birth to the baby in this way by entering the abdominal cavity with an incision made over a few centimeters of your pubis bone. The reason why pre-service mothers prefer delivery by cesarean is that they can deliver their babies in a planned manner more quickly than normal birth.
What Are The Risks Waiting For Mother Candidates To Give Cesarean Delivery?
Except for the baby's temporary breathing problems, this type of delivery is not life-threatening. However, there may be some negative consequences for the mother as it is a major surgery. These;
- Infections related to anesthesia and surgery.
- Bleeding after childbirth.
- Amnion fluid embolism.
They are such conditions as thromboembolism (blood clotting and lung congestion), and unfortunately it is more common in cesarean deliveries.
However, it should not be forgotten that in many cases, cesarean can be life saving for both mother and baby.