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So, cesarean section is a simple surgical operation. In the course of the child's taking out of the womb of the womb through a cut in the abdomen. Medical statistics show that one woman is born to 6-8 mothers on their own.
It's interesting to know that "Caesar" is a Greek version of the Latin word "Caesar", meaning the monarch, the lord. There is an opinion that the name of the operation is associated with Julius Caesar himself. The legend says that his mother died during labor. The midwives became frightened and opened her womb to save the child. They succeeded. The operation was successful, and the light saw the future monarch.
Another legend says, that it was during the reign of Caesar that a law was passed on the need to save a woman in childbirth in the event of force majeure.
Today, this operation in some countries is practiced at the request of a woman. But WHO considers this to be wrong, because avoiding some problems, the future mother acquires others.
When is the cesarean section used?
And although this operation is not difficult, but the risk when it is applied to a woman increases by 12 times. That is why there are good reasons and reasons for carrying it out. Only when independent births are not possible or threaten the woman and the fetus, the obstetrician-gynecologist decides to conduct a cesarean section, receiving her consent.
The decision to conduct a planned caesarean section is taken before the birth in such cases:
- The strong myopia of the woman, the presence of changes in the fundus.
- The presence of Rh-conflict or severe diabetes.
- With the narrow pelvis of the woman in childbirth.
- With an exacerbation of genital herpes and a risk of infection of the fetus.
- In severe late toxicosis.
- In the presence of malformations of the vagina and uterus in the parturient woman.
- If there are two or more scars on the uterus after previous births.
- If the fetus is in the wrong position.
- If the pregnancy is delayed.
As for the emergency cesarean section, that is, holding it in the very process of delivery, then this is done when the pregnant woman, even after stimulation, can not independently push the child out.
How does the caesarean section work?
So, if the decision on the operation is taken, the doctor opens the abdominal wall, the uterine cavity, from where the child is extracted. In this operation, the team of doctors is feeling. The pediatric neonatologist takes the child and, if necessary, heals the treatment. At this time, the wound on the uterus is sutured with a continuous suture, the abdominal wall is restored and the braces are superimposed on the skin. They are removed, as a rule, on the 6th day after surgery. He is made under anesthesia, the kind of which is determined by an anesthesiologist. Nowadays, two types of anesthesia are used. With endotracheal anesthesia enters the respiratory tract through the tube. With epidural anesthesia, the needle is inserted into the spinal canal. The latter method is used more often, because then the woman remains in consciousness and after the child's birth, he can immediately see it.
Disadvantages of Caesarean section
Like any operation, this too is fraught with risks and disadvantages. So, many women feel guilty because they did not give birth in a natural way. They have psychological discomfort due to the fact that they can not immediately feed and care for the baby.
If you leave the anesthesia, you may experience nausea, dizziness. Pain and the inability to move, the use of antibiotics several days after birth also create discomfort.
After carrying out such an operation, complications are possible, and sometimes it is fraught with neurological consequences for the baby.
There is an opinion that children born in this way are more difficult to adapt to external conditions, they are more passive in life, because they were deprived of the opportunity to fight since birth. But if you believe the legend of Julius Caesar, then this opinion is mistaken. However, all the rules have their exceptions.
So, caesarean section is justified only when natural births are impossible or there is a threat of risk to the mother and the fetus. But future mothers do not need to be afraid of surgery. Believe that everything will be fine!