Caesarean section delivery is also known as C-section delivery, is a surgical procedure used to deliver babies by making a surgical cut in the lower abdomen of the mother.
This is relatively easier way to deliver baby when compared to natural delivery. Some years before, this method of delivery was used only when mother fails to deliver baby naturally because any reason.
But now many women also prefer this delivery method over the natural one because it is less painful. Now doctors also start preferring this method of delivery to their patient. As case of this delivery have been increasing, and therefore the question like: Is it possible to have a natural birth after having a caesarean section delivery? Or how long you have to wait after caesarean delivery?
Today we are sharing everything you need to know about c-section delivery. Check out this information on next page.
Most of the women think to have a natural delivery after a C-section delivery. So, is it possible to have vaginal birth after caesarean delivery? The answer is yes. Yes, you can go for a vaginal delivery after a C-section.
But this delivery requires a great careful observation. I recommend consulting a doctor for this careful observation, rather than doing by yourself. Please consult your doctor before taking a further step after a C-section delivery.
How Long You Have To Wait After Caesarean Delivery To Get Pregnant Again?
Pregnant bellyIt is dangerous if you don’t wait for a longer time after a C-section delivery. You should have to wait for 6 months to get pregnant again. But according a to most doctors, it is safer to get pregnant after you finish the breast feeding.
Though Women Are Preffering This Delivery, But There Are Some Problems Associated with C-section Delivery.
Long Term Risks Of Caesarean Section Delivery Includes:
#1. Though chances are very less, but still there are some possibility that incision scar may break open during the later pregnancy.
#2. It is easier to deliver baby by this method, but you will feel pain after the operation. It usually take longer to recover than a vaginal birth.
#3. Headache, stomach ache, acidity, indigestion etc are some other problems associated with c-section delivery.
#1. Rest when you feel tired.
#2. Getting enough sleep will help you to recover faster.
#3. Try to take a morning walk each day.
#4. Avoid strenuous activities, such as bicycling and jogging.
#5. Don’t life anything heavy until you doctor permit you to do so.
#6. Last but the most important, try not get pregnant without consulting a doctor because it may be lethal for your health.