Is it hard to have a baby after a c section?
It is no harder to have a vaginal delivery after a c-section than before one.
They can try turning the baby or it can be a c-section.
the baby didn't want to come out and she and the baby were in danger of dying
Caesarean section or C-section.
she had a c section
If you want to. Most mothers want to hold their baby after the c-section. But since the average recovery time is 6 weeks, when the baby is napping and you have some time on your hands, then you could
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… Read More
A Caesarian section, otherwise abbreviated as C-section, is the delivery of a baby through an incision in the womb.
No c-sections are given where the baby is - in the stomach.
yes, but if you have the baby you should have a c-section it evens the chances of the baby catching aids !
A C-section is the surgical delivery of a baby (or babies) through an incision in the mother's abdomen.
If a baby is breached, the doctor will try and turn your baby. Many times, you will have to have the baby by C-section.
If you're talking about a c-section, also known as a caesarian section, the whole idea is for both you and the babies to live. My c-section babies are now teenagers.
The next month I think
No, but you get a lot of gas.
Because in c-section the baby did not pass by the birth canal or pelvic bone.
The baby needs to be able to fit through the mom`s pelvis in order to have a vaginal birth. If the head is too big or the baby can`t progress a c-section is done.
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.
You can not really say one or the other. It all depends on the circumstances and what happens during the birth. Some women have a very easy childbirth with little pain while others have a long, hard labor and may have complications with the childbirth causing more pain. As for a C-section, it is surgery, so you will have pain because of the surgery and having stitches. Again, it also depends on how the C-section… Read More
Bella delivered her baby through an extreme "C" section. Edward had to break the amniotic sac with his teeth, and then extract the baby.
It depends on the condition of the baby and you, I waited an hour and my sister had to wait 11 hours
that isn't the best idea you have to rest after a c-section you just had surgery let yourself heal. don't worrie about getting that baby fat off until you are fully recovered.
Maybe the doctor will slip, killing the baby and saving you time and money in the future. :)
C-sections are helpful when needed cause if the baby is a breech or if there are complications that can be dangerous to either the mother, baby or both, it can be life-saving to both the mother and the baby
Natural child birth is when the baby is born by coming out of the mother's vagina. A C-section is when the baby is surgically removed due to labor complications or the labor becoming life-threatening to the mother or child
If you have had 2 cesareans your last was 9 months ago you are pregnant again are you or the baby at risk?
Depending on if you had a c-section with complications or not, but I would say you and the baby are safe. Every birth and pregnancy, c-section or not, are different though so speak to your doctor about your worries.
After having a baby, your period is generally late
You will have big baby that will need a c-section.
During a c section, you should not feel any pain, however you will probably feel a tugging and stretching sensation as the doctors pull the baby out
if you mean out of a person the mother has to have her water break and the baby has to be pushed out by the mother out of her vaginal area. Unless something goes wrong then the baby has to be cut out(c-section)
Nothing serious if baby passes motion in womb. Immedialy doctor will opt for C-section delivery. There are chances for babies to swallow this a little inside womb. So it might be an emergency c-section. Right after delivery baby would be shifted to NICU for some time (may be a day). But nothing harmful for either mom or baby.
Yes, very painful though . Most of the time results in c section because of the position of the baby .
If you are a first time mom and the baby has not turned and it is the 38th week of pregnancy how long can you wait before deciding to have a c-section?
Ask your doctor.
Best answer would be to stay away from the hospital. But most C-sections are necessary if there are complications during the labor that can pose a threat to either the mother and/or the baby
ok so to start off with don't listen to any horrible comments it will be hard but really try. will probly have a c-section when baby comes g ood luck to any 1 who is pregnant at a young age xxx
It comes out of a woman's genitalia normally. Some babies are delivered by C section and that mean they have to cut below the woman's stomach to get the baby out.
Most women that have a C-section, have their babies at 39 weeks. So your baby, looks like a newborn.
A c-section is safer than a vaginal delivery when the baby is 8 lb (3.6 kg) or larger, in a breech position with the feet crossed, or in a breech position with the head hyperextended.
A C-Section is performed on pregnant women. Normally, they get C-Sections if they are having problems giving birth, or there will be serious complications of a normal birth. The woman goes to surgery where they put her to sleep and cut open her stomach and uterus. They remove the baby and sew her back up. There is always risk for infection, and there is normally a scar left afterwards. C-Section is the shortened form of… Read More
Through vaginal birth or c-section where they cut open the stomach and take the baby out.
C-sections are performed by making an incision into the uterus in order to pull the baby out
To prevent them from suffocating, this is why it's dangerous to have a breech baby naturally, which is why most of the time breech babies are delivered c-section
Lina Medina was five years old when she became pregnant. Lina gave birth by a c section to a baby boy.
They usually do that, yes. That is so they don't have to do a c-section because the mom can't push the baby out.
By IVF when it comes to conception and when it comes to birth, by C-section. They cut the stomach and the uterus and then pull the baby out. And stitch her up
Can you deliver a baby when his toes are touching his forehead and his ankles are crossed or do you have to have a c-section?
The question is which part of the body is pointed toward the exit, and how far along is the mother.
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. But gestational diabetes increases your chance of having one. The main risk factor of gestational diabetes is a baby that gains too much weight. Often, if a baby is too big, vaginal delivery is deemed too dangerous and a c-section is scheduled. Your doctor will be closely monitoring your baby's weight in the last few weeks of your pregnancy to determine the need for an early delivery or c-section. The best thing you can… Read More
My wife has given first birth by C section for first baby on October 2008 and now she is again positive in pregnancy. Please let me know is there any problem for mother because the first delivery was done in recently and that was C section.
The Duggar's 19th baby was due March 18. Michelle just had to have an emergency C-section and she delivered 3 months prematurely.