Pregnancy after surgery

When to plan pregnancy after surgery?

Of course, the operation of the operation is different. Nevertheless, we can safely say that after the vast majority of existing surgical interventions, you can get pregnant three months after the absolute recovery. Remember, it's not the operation itself, it's about the restoration, which, in special cases, can take both half a year and a year. In addition, it should be borne in mind that, of course, the nature of the transferred operation and the place where it was conducted are of particular importance. If it is a cavity operation, in which the surgeon cuts the tissue, it will take much longer than after the laparoscopic procedure, which involves puncturing the body in a certain place.

As for the organ on which the operation is performed, it plays one of the leading roles. For example, during surgery to remove varicose veins, you can get pregnant quite quickly: in a month or two. In this case it is necessary to take into account the fact that with the growing tummy the load on the lower limbs increases, which can cause the expansion of other veins. This fact has no influence on the very baby.

But after the operation on the ovary, you can plan pregnancy after 3-6 months. If a woman, as a result of an ectopic pregnancy, performed an operation to remove the tube, then getting pregnant can be quite difficult. Nevertheless, in many cases this is possible, and therefore do not give up. You can not plan a pregnancy right after the operation. Must pass at least six months, so it's good to take care of contraception. Already immediately before planning, a full examination is necessary. At this stage, you are required to do everything possible to prevent the situation from repeating itself.

In case the woman plans a repeat pregnancy, and the first one ends with a caesarean section operation, a doctor's consultation is necessary. The fact is that after such an operation on the uterus there is a scar, and there is a certain percentage of the risk that during the gestation of the baby it can disperse. And this is very dangerous, because it can lead to the death of not only the child, but also the woman herself. In this regard, doctors are strongly advised not to become pregnant within 2-3 years after cesarean. During this period

the "full" tissue of the scar will form, and the woman will be able to prepare for pregnancy (both morally and physically). "Good" for conception should be given by a doctor, who examined the woman and determined the condition of the scar. As a rule, pregnancy in a previously "proksesarennoy" women occurs in the same way as in the one who gave birth in a natural way.

As for operations on other bodies, each case must be considered separately. For example, after an operation to remove a herniated intervertebral disc with pregnancy, you will have to wait 6 to 12 months.

There are still operations that were not made as a result of acute necessity, but on the whims of women. This applies to plastic surgery. For example, the planning of pregnancy after an operation of abdominoplasty (elimination of the fat layer and "extra" stretched skin) is possible, but not earlier than in a year. If the woman has decided to increase the breast, then she should weigh all the pros and cons. The thing is, that such surgical manipulations should be performed better after pregnancy and childbirth, and after lactation is completed. Nevertheless, if someone decided to have surgery before pregnancy, it is worth getting a detailed consultation of a specialist. It should be noted that during the gestation of the baby changes occur in the chest, resulting in a woman experiencing unpleasant sensations. Telling the doctor about the pregnancy, do not forget to say about the implants. Let's say unequivocally: breast augmentation, as well as the presence of an implant do not affect either pregnancy or the process of breastfeeding.

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