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An unnatural birth. A natural birth is when the baby is born through the vagina, a caesarean birth is when the baby is born by cutting at the bottom part of a womens stomach which is called the womb or uterus.
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That's very individual so you need to speak to your doctor aboutit. but the risks are the same as with the other 2: excessivebleeding, uterus rupturing etc.
There is no direct opposite. The choice is normal labor (vaginal delivery) or surgical delivery.
The word comes from the name Caesar. It was thought that the first Caesar had been cut from his mother's womb, and that the name Caesar was derived from the verb caedo, to cu…t. Caesarean section has nothing to do with any of the various ancient persons named Caesarean, for example the son of Cleopatra. caesarean section started with a man named caesarean...he was aryan...like aryan brotherhood white supremesy......and they thought they where the perfect race so...and when a baby goes through natural child birth his/her head gets smashed so in order to be perfect the had to think of a way fro the mother to live and the baby to be perfect.....thus the caesarean section
It really depends on how long after your caesarean. It is best to ask your doctor, it is nearly impossable to tell how much someone has healed and if they are redy to do that …over a internet post.
By coincidence who gave birth by caesarean section to Desi Arnaz IV on the same day that Lucy Ricardo gave birth to Little Ricky?
In theory, you can, but it is highly recommended not to. Performing surgery in an area that has been operated on before, is always harder (bleeding, scar tissue, disrupted ana…tomy,...), and goes with more complications. for a caesarean, I think the greatest risk will be ruptur of the uterus (though I'm no gynaecologist!). In general, you are recommended not to have 3 caesareans. Each case must be considered individual though, so you should discuss this matter with your gynaecologist.
In some cases, surgical delivery is not an option. In others, there may be less risk in one procedure (labor vs. caesarean) than the other. Only your doctor or obstetrician ca…n advise you on this.
The doctors and nurses will asses your risks and will make that decision when your in labor. C- sections are for women who cannot push the baby out vaginally. If you can then …you should, especially if you never tried. You can request it however, it is up to your doctor to go with it or not. A lot more doctors are inclined to do C sections these days because that way they can organise their time more efficiently and make more money..
It is not the safest way because it is major surgery. Women should only have it if they need it.
This is possible, depending on the reasons for you to have had a C-section to start with. If a long time (several years) has passed since the last C-section, then it is more …likely that everything will be fine. If your pelvic bones are to small/narrow for you to give birth naturally, then there is no reason to think about a natural delivery. (This not excluding other reasons) Most doctors will advice against it. One of the reasons is that the scartissue formed from the C-section will never be as strong as normal tissue. You might be at risk of having ruptures in the scartissue at time of giving birth due to the enormous strain this is on the muscles. In Scandinavia they will most likely have you in to hospital approx 2-4 weeks early to perform a C-section and make sure you do not start naturally. Regards.
If by "natural birth" you mean vaginal birth (as opposed to drug free vaginal birth) then the recovery from a Cesarean is much longer and more painful. With an epidural the la…bor and birthing themselves are not painful in both cases.
After any labor they recommend a year.
I am sure the doctors would be delighted to charge you the extra fees involved for elective major surgery.
There are a number of reasons one may need to have a cesarean section. Some of the most common reasons include placenta previa, breech position, fetal distress and failure to …progress in labor.
A caesarean section is normally considered relatively safe but the recovery period will normally be longer. Some other common complications during the procedure is heavy blood… loss or vomiting.
As far as we know, the first caesarian was performed in 320 BC. It's possible that the procedure was used before then, but we'll never know because it was either not recorded… or the records may have been lost to time. In 320 BC, a woman called Durdha, who was the mother of Bindusara (the emperor of the Maurya Empire), accidentally swallowed poison. Knowing she was pregnant with the heir to the empire, a man called Chanakya, who was a teacher and advisor, decided that Durdhara should be cut open so that the heir to the empire could possibly be saved. So Durdhara's womb was cut open and Bindusara was born by caesarian as his mother was dying of poisoning. Bindusara later became the emperor of the Maurya Empire.
No. Overall, caesarean sections are reserved for when the mother/baby are in distress, or there is some other sort of complication. With a C-Section, there is no pus…hing. Anesthesia is administered to prevent pain. However, there are steps to prevent pain in vaginal deliveries as well. The recovery from a C-section takes much longer than traditional birth. A C-section is an actual surgical procedure, and there will be incisions and stitches. Skin and muscles will have to heal. There is the risk of an infection.