Friday, July 3, 2020

There is one of these 10 cases, it is recommended not to give birth

Whether it is normal delivery or caesarean section, it is actually determined according to the personal constitution and fetal development status of the pregnant mothers. However, if there are the following 10 situations, it is best not to choose natural labor:

From the mother's personal physique:

1. Scar uterus

This refers to the uterus after a cesarean section operation or an intermuscular fibroids stripping operation. Such a situation will have a great impact on pregnancy and childbirth again, and uterine rupture and postpartum hemorrhage may occur.

2. There are serious heart disease and respiratory diseases in pregnant women

This type of situation refers to a situation where a pregnant woman cannot afford to give birth. Therefore, pregnant women must do a good job in advance and understand the relevant aspects.

3. Pregnant mother has diabetes during pregnancy

If there is gestational diabetes, it will lead to an increase in the incidence of polyhydramnios and huge children. Even if it does not meet the standard of a huge child, the fat of the fetus will be distributed in the neck and shoulders, which will cause dystocia and birth injury during childbirth; it is also easy to prolong the labor process and cause uterine contraction and fatigue bleeding.

4. Placental abruption

A condition where the pregnant woman is partly or completely detached from the uterine wall in about five months or at birth. This is a common complication during the third trimester, with a rapid onset and rapid deterioration. If found, it must be treated in time.

From the fetus:

1. Fetal distress

Refers to the fetus has signs of hypoxia in the uterus, which will endanger the health and life of the fetus. It is a syndrome, and some occur in the third trimester, but mainly during labor. There are many reasons for fetal distress, such as obstructed umbilical cord blood flow, abnormal placental shape, and insufficient oxygen content in the mother's blood.

2. Asymmetrical head basin

This means that the pelvis is narrow or the fetal head is too large to pass the birth canal smoothly during delivery.

3. Abnormal fetal position

This refers to the lateral position of the fetus, the fetal buttocks at the entrance to the pelvis, etc. There are also many reasons for abnormal fetal position, such as excessive amniotic fluid, uterine malformation, and narrow pelvis, which may cause abnormal fetal position.

4. Placenta previa

In this case, the placenta is attached to the lower part of the uterus, the lower edge of the cervix reaches or covers the cervix, and its position will be lower than the exposed part of the fetus. There is no obvious cause for this, but it is often related to nutritional deficiencies and stunting. In order to get enough nutrition, the placenta area will gradually expand.

5. Umbilical cord prolapse

In this case, if it is judged that the fetus has the possibility of survival but can not quickly perform vaginal delivery, you can choose acute cesarean section to save the fetus.

6. Twin (multiple) pregnancy

The first child is not the head position, the second child is larger than the first child, or these multiple pregnancy reactions such as conjoined twins, thirds and above, all require caesarean section.

Of course, in addition to the above circumstances are not allowed, whether it is more natural delivery or caesarean section depends on the choice of pregnant mothers.

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