Caesarean section in Mathura

Dr. Disha Verman, a skilled Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh has years of experience and expertise in delivering babies through Caesarean or C-sections.

Caesarean sections (C-sections)

Caesarean sections, or C-sections, are a way of delivering the baby through an incision made in the mother’s abdominal wall and the wall of the uterus.

It is also known as caesarean birth or surgical birth, in which the procedure is usually carried out under local anaesthesia.

It is typically performed when a vaginal delivery is considered to be unsafe or not possible for either the mother or the baby. In some cases, a woman and her Obstetrician may choose to schedule a C-section for personal or medical reasons, even if there is no immediate medical emergency.

Caesarean birth can be planned ahead of delivery or performed in an emergency if there are problems during labour.

When is a C-section recommended?

Surgical delivery is usually done when a vaginal delivery is not considered safe or when the health of you and your baby is at risk. A planned C-section is performed by the OB-GYN when any of the following conditions happen:

  • Cephalopelvic disproportion (CPD): It is a condition when either the baby’s head or body is too large to be passed out safely through the birth canal.
  • Placental issues: When the cervix gets blocked by the placenta, it is recommended to deliver the baby through an operation. This condition is known as placenta previa.
  • Transverse lie: This means the baby is in a horizontal or sideways position in the uterus.
  • Multiple pregnancies: If there are twins, triplets, or more, a C-section is preferred to deliver the babies safely.
  • Health conditions: A C-section is required when there are certain health problems, such as genital herpes and heart disease.
  • Breech presentation: When the baby’s feet or buttocks are positioned first instead of the head, then vaginal delivery is considered risky. To avoid this, the baby is delivered through a surgical procedure.

Some of the reasons for an unplanned C-section include the following:

  • When the umbilical cord is looped around the baby or comes first out of your cervix before the head of the baby,
  • Placental abruption can also lead to caesarean birth, as in this case, the placenta separates from the wall of the uterus before the baby.
  • A C-section is performed when the baby stops moving down the birth canal.

Before choosing a caesarean section as your birthing process, it is important to discuss the risks, complications, and benefits of surgical birth according to your specific situation with your obstetrician and gynaecologist.

For expert advice and information on Caesarean sections, consult Dr. Disha Verman, an experienced Obstetrician and Gynaecologist in Mathura, Uttar Pradesh.

How Long Does It Take to Recover from a C-section?

It usually takes about six to eight weeks to recover from a Caesarean section. However, the recovery period of an individual can be different and depends on the lifestyle habits and rest one takes.

Can I Have a Vaginal Birth After a C-section (VBAC)?

Many studies show that there is still a chance for women to deliver normally after a caesarean section or surgical delivery. It is also considered a safe option for many women and their babies.

Is a C-section a Painful Procedure?

Although caesarean sections are not painful, you may feel sensations and pressure during the labour. This procedure is performed under general or regional anaesthesia. However, the recovery process of a c-section is typically longer in comparison to vaginal delivery.

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