C-section

C-section, also called cesarean section, is an operation by which a fetus is taken from the uterus by cutting through the walls of the abdomen and uterus during labor. It can be optional, by the mother, or it can me out of medical necessity if complications are present.

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When can you take a bath after a c section?

6 weeks

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Pregnancy
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What happens during a cesarean section?

The anesthetist gives lumber anesthesia. So that you are conscious during the procedure. He will give some mild sedative drug, so that you do not become panicky. Surgeon clean the abdominal wall. He gives horizontal cut on the lower abdominal wall. You feel no pain. As you are under anesthesia. Once the abdominal wall is opened, you have the big expanded uterus in front of the surgeon. Then he will give a cut. The fluid starts coming out. Assistant sucks the fluid via suction machine. surgeon take out the baby by head first. The umbilical chord is clamped. The umbilical chord is cut. They baby is placed in a sterile tray. Then pediatrician looks after the baby. Surgeon take out the placenta manually. Anesthetist gives necessary injections to have the uterus contracted and retracted. The uterus closed in layers. The abdominal wall is closed in layers. Once you are out of operation theater and regain consciousness, baby is presented to you. At least I used to do it. See the happiness on her face. Then see the expression of the mother as you put the baby to her breast for sucking.

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Labor and Birth
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Is a Caesarean section C-section easier than giving birth naturally?

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 pushing. 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.

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