Cesarean section

A Cesarean section is a surgery to deliver a baby; the baby is taken out through the mother’s abdomen. Many of them are planned but some happened unexpectedly due to unseen abnormalities during delivery. This surgery is relatively is safe for mother and baby. This procedure comes into picture when there is obstructed labor, twin pregnancy, high bold pressure and breech birth and when there are problems with placenta or umbilical cord.

A Cesarean delivery may be performed based upon the shape of the mother’s pelvis or the previous history of such surgeries. A normal vaginal delivery could also be possible after a Cesarean surgery. This procedure typically takes 45 minutes to an hour. It may be done when the woman is awake or she is under the influence of anesthesia. A incision of 15 centimeters which is about 6 inches to the mother’s lower abdomen and the uterus is opened with a second incision and the baby is delivered. The incision are later stitched and after a decent time in hospital mother will be recovered sufficiently and return home.