Can you have natural birth after a cesarean?
As long as there are no complications, you can still have a natural birth.
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natural childbirth . n. A method of childbirth in which medical intervention is minimized and the mother often practices relaxation and breathing techniques to control pain and ease delivery. (http://medical-dictionary.thefreedictionary.com/natural+childbirth)
It is the surgical delivery of a baby through a mother's abdominal (belly) wall. If for some reason the baby can't deliver vaginally--pelvis too small, wrong position, placenta in the way (aka previa)--an incision is made through the abdominal wall, and another through the wall of the uterus (womb,…) to deliver it. (MORE)
Obviously reducing body fat and toning the muscles should be the first step. If the stomach tissue was really stretched out, however, you may want to talk to a doctor about other options.
It's possible , but not very likely. Each C-section increases your chances of having another with each suceeding pregnancy . I'm sorry, because I know you feel like youv'e been hit by a small truck .I added to your answer as well. Your obstetrician must feel it is necessary for your health and/or th…e health of the baby.Sorry to be the bearer of bad tidings. (MORE)
There are several different techniques for performing a cesarean section ("C-section"), but they all are roughly similar.. The first step is to sedate and anesthetize the mother. Traditionally this was done with full anesthesia which put the mother to sleep temporarily. Now, however, this is common…ly achieved with the use of an epidural anesthetic which removes all sensation below the bellybutton, approximately. The mother will often be given something to calm her, as well, if she chooses.. After ensuring that the mother's abdomen is properly anesthetized, the surgeon will make an incision in the lower abdomen or pelvis, depending on the particular technique being used. The traditional C-section made use of a vertical incision from just below the bellybutton down to the pelvis. This is almost never done now. The incision is usually made horizontally, near the place where the waistband of the panties would normally sit. While the incision is being made, care is taken to reduce the amount of bleeding from the small blood vessels of the lower abdomen, often with an electrocautery ("Bovie"). Slowly, the surgeon will incise deeper until the uterus comes into view.. Once the uterus is exposed, it must be incised as well. This part happens very quickly, because it is important to get the infant out as soon as possible once the uterus is opened. The uterus is opened, the infant is gently pulled out, and its respiratory passages are suctioned to facilitate breathing. The umbilical cord is clamped and cut, and the baby is handed to the mother or to the nursing staff for initial newborn care.. The placenta is removed and the interior of the uterus is checked with the hand to ensure no remaining placental fragments are present. The uterus is then sutured closed and is placed back into its proper place in the pelvis. The pelvis is irrigated with sterile water and suction is used to vacuum out any intrauterine fluid that may have escaped into the pelvis during delivery. The incision in the abdomen is then closed in several layers, with the surface skin being closed last. The surface may be closed with sutures or with staples, depending on the surgeon's preference.. Pain medications are prescribed for the mother during the post-operative period, as well as antibiotics in some cases. Generally, the staples will be removed within a couple of weeks. (MORE)
There is Natural Family Planning. Once you've stabilized your menstrual pattern (how many days between your periods), you can easily chart this on your calendar. There are currently two methods. If you see mucus with milky white consistency in your underwear, this means that you have released a…n egg. Any other color means that you have not released an egg that month. The other method is where you take your temperature everyday. On the day of your ovulation, your temperature will raise about one degree Fahrenheit. (MORE)
A caesarean is a surgical procedure done on a pregnant woman when the labor becomes complicated or even life-threatening. Incisisons are made through a mother's abdomen and uterus. Learn more about it by following this link: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesarean_section
I had HPV and three normal vaginal births. All warts were unseen at the time and I prayed none were hiding in the tissues in birth canal. Docs wouldn't do C section a they saw no threat. Babies fine. Just be sure you have no outbreaks at the onset of labor. Have them check birthcanal well.. Usually …HPV lies dormant and comes back only once in a while or your body fights it off altogeter eventually. I've been through it all!! (MORE)
No, she had a c-section. She prob had cesarean because shes so rich and didnt want to be in any pain or do any of the pushing or tearing of her va-jay-jay. Freakin WIMP!! If you are a big girl enough to have sex, you should have a natural birth (with or without drugs). She could have had an epidural… and still not have felt anything (MORE)
Some dangers are risks of certain infections. For the baby, some risks are a possible injury occurring from the surgical procedure, breathing problems, breastfeeding problems, and a possible adverse reaction from the anesthesia given to the mother. Some risks for BOTH the mother and child are develo…ping a hospital-borne infection due to extensive stays. And some studies have even shown that mothers who have had their child by a C-section take longer to first interact with their child compared to mothers who have had their babies delivered vaginally. (MORE)
A Caesarean is used if the labor becomes complicated with problems like fetal distress or a failure to progress (dystocia). They are also done if the labor can possibly become life-threatening to the mother or child
The youngest with credible documentation was Lina Medina who was 4 years old when she became pregnant and 5 years old when she gave birth. Doctors felt it unsafe for her to give birth naturally at 5 years old so they performed a Caesarean section. The youngest well documented case of natural birth w…as a 6 year old Ukrainian girl named Lina. (MORE)
Yes you can, without a doubt. I am a doula, and I have seen many, many successful ones!
In 1994 a woman in Argentina naturally received duodecaplets or twelve babies at one time. Sadly, she lost all twelve babies. This is the highest number of multiples conceived spontaneously. [naturally] [without the help of fertility treatments] 10 babies dectuplets.you know that those 8 the octuple…ts from 1998 were natrually weak and sick.and also because of the mother.but, now in the our days 2012, we survive better. I believe it was the Dionne Quintuplets born in the 1930s... They were conceived and born naturally, all survived infancy, and they were IDENTICAL. 10 babies dectuplets.you know that those 8 the octuplets from 1998 were natrually weak and sick.and also because of the mother.but, now in the our days 2012, we survive better. I believe it was the Dionne Quintuplets born in the 1930s... They were conceived and born naturally, all survived infancy, and they were IDENTICAL. (MORE)
Also known as a c-section. I refer you to webmd.com or wikipedia.org for a better explanation, but when the vaginal opening is not big enough, they must cut the woman (upward, I believe) to have more room for the baby to come out. I think that's a poor explanation, but I hope it helps you.-----…--------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- A cesarean birth is when the baby doesn't come out no matter how hard the woman tries, so they cut their belly open, and take the baby out. When a woman has one child by c-section, they have to have the next child by c-section too. So if a woman plans on having five children and the first child comes out by c-section, the other four children has to come out by c-section too. So they have to cut their belly five times then. I know because my mother had me by c-section. Same with my brother(older). T.SHCL (MORE)
In some cases you can. Your doctor have to decide if it's for you but many women try that because they feel cheated if the C-section happened in a hast etc.
This answer depends on so many factors: in which area of the country the person lives, how much the hospital charges for various services, whether or not anesthesia was consulted (for an epidural or other medication), the length of the hospital stay, whether or not there are any complications, and t…he type. Hospitals tend to charge a large sum, and the insurance companies agree to pay a certain portion of that. Most insurance companies make their subscribers pay a portion of the bill--sometimes this is a fixed amount per year, and other times, it is a percentage of the total (such as 20% of each hospitalization). It is not surprising to have a $10,000 bill for a completely normal, uncomplicated pregnancy; but again, insurance usually pays the majority of that. If a person does not have insurance, often it helps to discuss this with a hospital and the physicians who will be involved in advance and try to come to an agreement on how much she will be responsible for after the delivery. (MORE)
A C-section is done when labor becomes complicated and even possibly life-threatening. So the baby is born by being surgically removed from the mother instead of going through the vaginal.
I thought the cesaerean was first performed on Cleopatra to deliver her son Cesarion (hence the term "cesarean"). But, wikipedia has other ideas.... In any case, the practice has been around a while but has never been as prevalent as it is today. . There are three theories about the origin of t…he name:. The name for the procedure is said to derive from a Roman legal code called "Lex Caesarea", which allegedly contained a law prescribing that the baby be cut out of its mother's womb in the case that she dies before giving birth.  (The Merriam-Webster dictionary is unable to trace any such law; but "Lex Caesarea" might mean simply "imperial law" rather than a specific statute of Julius Caesar.) . The derivation of the name is also often attributed to an ancient story, told in the first century A.D. by Pliny the Elder, which claims that an ancestor of Caesar was delivered in this manner.  . An alternative etymology suggests that the procedure's name derives from the Latin verb caedere (supine stem caesum ), "to cut," in which case the term "Caesarean section" is redundant. Proponents of this view consider the traditional derivation to be a false etymology, though the supposed link with Julius Caesar has clearly influenced the spelling. (A corollary suggesting that Julius Caesar himself derived his name from the operation is refuted by the fact that the cognomen "Caesar" had been used in the Julii family for centuries before his birth,  and the Historia Augusta cites three possible sources for the name Caesar, none of which have to do with Caesarean sections or the root word caedere .) . See http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Caesarean_section (MORE)
Yes, Mine just did and it went great for her. French bulldogs and English Bulldogs need C-Sections a lot of the time if not all the time. It is still a good idea to have a number for a 24 hour Vet clinic just in case a puppy gets stuck or a placenta does not come out. There are many great videos on …UTube showing the birth of Bostons. (MORE)
Well, not really. C-sections are usually performed when there are dangerous complications during the labor. And mothers can always give birth naturally after having a c-section cause the 2 forms of birth don't affect one another in any way
I am not a medical professional, but I would always advise natural childbirth at a hospital rather than home delivery. If you have any complications then it is more difficult to treat at home, whereas in the hospital they will abide by your wishes of natural childbirth and make it as safe as possibl…e for you and your baby! Congratulations! Good luck on your decision! (MORE)
Yes absolutely! In fact ACOG just came out with a statement on why women should be encouraged to have VBACs, even if they've had more than one cesarean.
Keeping track of the woman's date of ovulation, and avoiding intercourse on the days that could lead to pregnancy (usually 5 days before and a day after, just to be safe). When the couple does have intercourse, they avoid the use of all birth control. The definition of sexual intercourse is import…ant. In the traditional method of natural family planning, intercourse is defined as beginning with the introduction of the penis into the vagina, and ending with ejaculation into the vagina before the penis is withdrawn. Having any type of sex that ends with the male ejaculating outside the vagina (the withdrawal method for example), is not an acceptable part of natural family planning. These are considered to be alternate methods of birth control (by strict adherants). In natural family planning, the timing of intercourse is not considered to be birth control since couples are free to have intercourse whenever they want. . (MORE)
A cesarean is when a doctor makes a C shaped cut in a woman's virgina by the birth canal so he/she can take the baby out. in some cases, a baby is breech so the mother has no choice but to have a cesarean.
I am not sure what you are asking, but it is important for you to do some minimal research on reproduction. Keep in mind your health and knowledge are very important to your baby, as he or she is dependent on you. One can only speculate the reasons for this question being asked, and it leaves me col…d at the possibilities. Sure, the temptation was there to poke fun at the retardedness of the question, but the implications are far too great for that. In a more general sense; no, any birth at 10 weeks is not natural, and most likely won't be considered a birth as the embryo will not live for long. (MORE)
You are given a epidural and then they cut through 7 layers of skin, muscles, fat and tissue with a scalpel to get to your baby. The incision is usually in the bikini line unless it's a emergency, then it will be from the navel down to the pubic bone. They will show you the baby after they worked on… it and then they will attend to you. Check-out youtube for this... there is one where they show a cesarean getting done up-close completely from first cut to sewing up the stomach! (MORE)
Absolutely. A cesarean section has become a very routine procedure for giving birth. Afterward, your uterus heals completely, and most woman have absolutely no trouble conceiving again.
In some cases an English bulldog may be able to give birth to a few puppies naturally, but will usually need to have a Cesarean section in order to deliver the rest. This is because bulldogs were bred to have small hindquarters and large heads, thus making natural whelping quite difficult, if not da…ngerous. The typical purebred English Bulldog does require a C-section every-time she has a litter. (MORE)
A C-section is done when the labor becomes difficult and/or possibly life-threatening to the mother or child
As with any operation, they clearly state if you are feeling unwell to notify them ASAP. Contact the hospital, they will advise you if the procedure can go a head or not.
Natural birth. It takes a very long time to recover from a C-section and once the anesthesia wears off, the mother will be in a lot of pain for a very long time.
The natural method or rhythm method of birth control avoids unprotected sex during the most fertile times of a woman's cycle. A woman is most fertile the five days before and the day of ovulation. Ovulation occurs 12 to 16 days after menstruation. However, each woman's cycle is different so determin…ing the peak fertility takes reviewing past menstrual cycles. Additionally, breast-feeding and abstinence are also natural ways to prevent pregnancy. Abstinence, simply means refraining from any intercourse. Breast-feeding acts as a birth control if the mother nurses frequently and did not have a menstrual period in between the birth and starting to breast-feed. See links below. A orgasm can make her ovulate again so there are no real safe days if that happens. Only 12% of all women ovulate on the same day each month so you will need your doctor to help you make a schedule and then pee on a stick when you want to have sex to make sure you are not ovulating. (MORE)
A c-section is normally performed, when the baby becomes stressed during child birth, or the mother has become too tired, or is having difficulties. Other reasons for a c-section include placenta problems, breached baby, or multiple birth. There are probably more medical reasons for a c-section, but… these are just a few of them. (MORE)
Obama was born in Honolulu , Hawaii. He released a copy of his birth certificate recently. I presume the original is on file in Honolulu.
Yes, you can have a vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC). If you have a supportive care provider your chances of having a successful VBAC are 2 in 3, the same as a first time mother's chances of having a vaginal birth. For more information about the risks of VBAC and risks of repeat cesarean check ou…t ican-online.org. (MORE)
Natural birth is when the baby is born through the vagina while Caesarian is when the baby is born by the mother being surgically opened at the abdomen
yes it does but if it is for your babies health in the end it is all worth it. i had one a little over 2 months ago and was up and walking within 24 hours. You dont feel any pain until after the epidural wears off which is about 8 hours.
It depends on your situation. In general, yes. However, since there are 2 babies you have double the potential for something going wrong. For example, the first baby could come out fine but the second gets the cord wrapped around its neck. But really, that ends up being the same thing you risk with …any baby. You should seriously just take the advice your doctor gives you. Even other mothers of twins (like myself) aren't going to be smarter than your doctor. (MORE)
No. Midwives attend normal, low-risk deliveries. If a client requires a cesarean section, a midwife will refer her to an obstetrician, a surgeon trained in medicalized childbirth. A nurse-midwife may attend the surgery, but in the same capacity as a nurse, not as the primary provider.
natural birth is better by having medication that could cause harm to you or the baby it is always safer to stay natural and if you are in this situation trust me natural is the way to go good luck!
At least 75%, especially when the c-section involved a low transverse incision in the uterus and there were no complications during or after delivery.
The success rate for vaginal birth after cesarean section in patients who have had a prior low transverse uterine incision is approximately 70%.
Natural childbirth I would say. You never know how long it will take and you can't get the epidural until it's close to the birth.
Yes Michelle actually has had 11 natural births, 1 emergency C-section, and 3 C-sections. In some episodes she says she prefers natural births.
Yes you can, it is called a VBAC (vaginal birth after cesarean). Some doctors won't perform them so find a doctor that will allow them. But yes, they are definitely possible.
That is one spelling, Cesarean , also Caesarean or Caesarian , referring to a cesarean section (c-section), the surgical delivery of a baby. (not always seen capitalized).
No All of her births were natural. (I assume you mean that a woman had given birth to several children and none were by C-section) Someone can only be born once!
As physicians should choose the better type of delivery method for each woman individually, neither type is better than the other. The condition of women during parturition is the main determinant of the type of parturition. There are some women who prefer the cesarean section as it is performed wit…h no pain and keeps their vagina narrow which makes sexual intercourse more enjoyable. However, natural childbirth is more preferable as it stimulates more milk secretion. (MORE)
One might have a Cesarean birth due to a long and complicated birthing process. The baby may be lodged in an awkward position or may just be too large for the mother.