LSCS, Normal Delivery

LSCS, Normal Delivery

The birth of babies can happen in two forms: Vaginal delivery and Caesarean section. Though both the methods aim to ensure the good health of the mother and the child, there are certain conditions in which one has to opt for caesarean section. Normal delivery center in Moga aims at increasing the chances of a normal delivery if it is possible.

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Reasons for a lscs (lower segment caesarean section )

Medical reasons: If the mother is expecting twins or multiple children, or if she is suffering from diabetes or high blood pressure, then it is wiser to opt for a c-section. Women with HIV or genital herpes or problems with her placenta should also choose c-section delivery. Lscs delivery centre in Moga performs c-section delivery if the case requires it.

Situations:-

like a large sized baby in a mother who has a small pelvis or the baby is not in the proper heads down position and the efforts to put the baby in the proper position fail, then a c-section is recommended.

Emergency situations:-

like a hazard to the health and life of the mother, baby or both calls for an emergency operation. Problem during pregnancy, slow labor, lack of oxygen to the baby during labor calls for an emergency c-section delivery.

Elective reasons:

It is the case when the mother chooses to opt for a c-section as she wants to give birth at a specific time or chooses it due to complications in previous vaginal delivery.C-sections are safe and life-saving in some cases, they have certain risks attached to them. It is a major operation in which the abdomen of the woman is opened up and the baby is removed from her uterus.The doctors prefer vaginal birth as it is the most natural form of giving birth. It is also recommended as a C-section might increase the chances of future c-sections.

VAGINAL BIRTH VS C-SECTION

Criteria vaginal birth C-section
Healing process and duration of stay Faster healing and short duration at the hospital It takes much longer to heal and calls for a long stay at the hospital After effects
After effects No major surgery, no bleeding, infections, pain, and effects of anesthesia Chances of bleeding and infections accompanied by effects of anesthesia
Effect on health The mother feels active within a day or two and can hold and breastfeed the baby comfortably The mother feels weary and tired, it is problematic to feed the child and hold it.
Effect on pelvic organs The pressure on the pelvic organs may require stitching which causes injury to the pelvic organs and leads to the problem of incontinence In this case, such problems may not arise
Pain in the vaginal area The woman may experience pain in the perineum,( the area between her vagina and anus) No such pain is experienced
Contact with the new-born The woman can start the process of breastfeeding the baby soon after birthing, which creates a bond between the mother and the child The process gets delayed due to the discomfort of the woman.
Boosting the baby's immunity Passing through the mother's birth canal expose them to good bacteria which improves their immunity No such benefit to the baby
The risk to the baby If the baby is too large in size, it might get injured and get a fractured skull or collar bone in the process No such risk is there
Schedule No scheduling is possible as the birthing process begins only when the labor pains start. It can be scheduled in advance if there is a prediction of c-section
Blood loss and infection The woman is not at risk of blood loss or infection The woman is susceptible to blood loss, infection and blood clotting.
Chances of death The woman's health is comparatively safe There are three times more chances of the woman dying due to blood loss and infection

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