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Things that contribute to C-section birth, can you avoid them?

Date: 19 May 2022

Caesarean births are now more common than ever. This growth is due to a number of factors. Changes in the population of pregnant women's demographics, such as obesity, diabetes, hypertension, advanced age, and assisted reproductive procedures, are key contributors.

A Caesarean section is a significant procedure. When vaginal delivery is deemed dangerous for the woman or the baby, or when labour does not progress as expected, it is performed.

There are various steps to a C-section. The abdominal cavity is opened, the uterus is sliced in its lower segment, the baby is delivered, and the layers are sutured up one by one.

Following a caesarean delivery and hospital release, the mother and baby are invited to return during the first 7-10 days and between the 6th and 8th weeks. Despite the fact that the next pregnancy is the last thing from new parents' minds, many are concerned about the hazards and the required interpregnancy gap following a caesarean section.At the second session, you should discuss contraception or birth control.

Healing takes time for any wound on the body. A skin wound, for example, usually heals in 7 days. Clotting, inflammation, collagen synthesis, and tissue fibrosis all occur as part of the healing process. Various tissues have different healing times. Muscle, for example, takes 2-4 weeks to heal, but cartilage takes 12 weeks.

The wound on the skin heals quickly after a caesarean section, too, in around two weeks. The uterine muscle, on the other hand, goes through more regenerative alterations and repairs throughout time. Many elements also influence the scar's integrity. Multiple caesarean sections create a weaker scar.

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Source: https://www.google.com/amp/s/m.timesofindia.com/life-style/parenting/pregnancy/pregnancy-after-c-section-risk-and-how-long-to-wait/amp_articleshow/90641816.cms

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