Caesarean Section (C-section): All You Need to Know About Caesarean Section (C-section)

Caesarean section, also known as C-section or caesarean delivery, caesarean section (C-section) is to open abdominal wall and lower uterine segment to take out the baby under effect of anesthesia, the mother avoids 24 hours of labor and vaginal injury by delivering the child through a wide incision, the fetus doesn’t form birth injury as well. The mother doesn’t feel any pain when the doctor puts an analgesic pump after caesarean section (C-section). Although there will be scar on the abdominal wall after caesarean section (C-section) , but it will fade gradually.

When should caesarean section (C-section) be performed?

Infertility and recurrent spontaneous abortion patient Mrs Zhen Guier is successfully pregnant with pregnancy assistance, she is an early first pregnant women above 35 years old; She needs to be performed caesarean section (C-section) because of her pelvic outlet is narrow, the baby’s malposition inside of her womb; prolonged pregnancy and childbirth has already put the health of her and baby at risk; failed induced abortion along with an infectious STD such as genital herpes; cephalopelvic disproportion, pregnancy complications, etc.
Social indicators are: Fear of labor pain, fear of the baby too big to cause vaginal deformation.

Why does caesarean section (C-section) choose the lower transaction of the uterus?

According to the uterine incision, caesarean section (C-section) is divided into two types: longitudinal incision of uterine and transaction of lower uterine segment.
Caesarean section (C-section) is divided into intraperitoneal caesarean section (C-section) and extraperitoneal caesarean section (C-section) according to whether the peritoneum has opened or not.
Beijing Antai Hospital chooses to perform extraperitoneal caesarean section (C-section) to save maternal and child’s life, which means won’t enter abdominal cavity to take out the fetus, it has the advantage of not contaminate the pelvic abdominal cavity and less adhesion, it also can hide the incision without destroying the perfection of the abdominal wall. 

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