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When is Cesarean Needed?

Cupcaping is a good way to start a baby and is convenient for both the doctor and the patient. But are the fetus and mother in the long run? The dramatic increase in the incidence of surgery suggests that they are returning to surgery more and more frequently.

Is it a scientific change or violence against nature?

A stomach surgery is called a cesarean section, which is about opening a pregnant uterus and helping the fetus in the world.
Nobody knows the exact origin of the engraving. Contrary to popular belief, Julius Caesar was born on the vaginal tract, as his mother survived much after childbirth. Motherhood was not even possible for centuries. Because the bee and the abdominal wall were not sewn together, the bleeding and infection were certainly fatal. Wound dressing was introduced routinely only in the 19th century.


Currently, one in four children in the United States is having an abdominal surgery. Hungary is also strongly in line with this. In the United States, there are 20,000 fish per 100,000 cuttings. We do not have accurate domestic data, but it may not be better for us, that is, the cervical mortality rate is much higher than vaginal delivery.

Castrating should be used only when warranted

The subject of controversy in the nursery was when and when not needed, and how much the optimum ratio of cesarean section was to a given birth class.
The incidence of cesarean section also varies widely between physicians, obstetricians, hospitals and countries. Kimagaslouan mag, e.g. In Brazil, where the completion of the birth abdominal transit can be requested in the hospitals where the conditions are given. According to the majority of domestic doctors, most senior doctors think that the optimal ratio would be 6-8 / 100. The following are the most common indications for cesarean section.

Absolute indication

An absolute indication is the condition in which there is no possibility of a balance. All other indications are considered relative.
Maternal indications
Any condition that directly endangers the mother's life in the event of a continuation of the natural birth pathway. This may be the case, for example, during my childhood heart attack, pulmonary embolism, etc., so any disease that can occur irrespective of the pregnancy and the immediate need for intensive care of the pregnant woman. In other cases, infections of the mother endanger the fetus, eg. active genital herpes.
Fetal indications
Most of the birth events that threaten the fetus's life, such as any condition that threatens the fetus by drowning (premature leaf loss, cerebrovascular accident, severe dysfunction of the fetus, deafness, etc.). Of course, if the baby is unable to start, it can be an absolute indication that the fetus will die.
Maternal and fetal absolute indications
Among the indications are all those which may be fetal or maternal in origin, or both of which are life-threatening. To some extent, this makes it impossible for the fetus to pass through the birth canal.Here is a common form of severe maternal cramps (eclampsia), although it is not indicated in all countries.

Relative indication

In case of relative indications, the physician may consider whether or not the risk of having a natural natural pathway complete. It is also advisable here to distinguish between your maternal, fetal maternal and fetal status.
  1. Genital (genital) causes
    • Insufficient beef muscle activity (lumbar spine)
    • Prior surgery on the hymen (eg cesarean section) due to the increased risk of welding (see below)
    • Genital disorders, etc.
  2. Genital (extragenital) causes
    Any disease or condition that may endanger long-term deprivation (eg heart disease).

Fetal causes may be conditions in which the risk of vaginal birth is increased with the risk of fetal death. For example, twin pregnancy, abdominal distension, rotational integration disorders, premature birth, any form of intrauterine fetal atrophy, insomnia.
It can be called maternal or fetal, eg. severe toxemia.
Generally speaking, any maternal or fetal condition can be performed, which complicates the vaginal birth, maternal or fetal development. there is an increased risk of fetal health damage. A parent can have a great deal of freedom of decision. The increasing incidence of cesarean section, however, can only partly be explained by the increasing safety of abdominal delivery. There is undoubtedly a great deal of unnecessarily performed surgery, sometimes performed for medical reasons or on the patient's express request. But cesarean section is not dangerous.

Concerts of cesarean section

Pregnancy of the pregnant bee always results in significant bleeding, which is sometimes difficult to control. Blood thawing due to bleeding is also a dangerous intervention, often just during surgery.
The scar at the incision will never be as strong as the intact muscle. In the following pregnancies, this can result in scarring, which can endanger the lives of both parents and fetus. Therefore, we do not recommend pregnancy for the next 3 years. Sometimes welding takes place during pregnancy!
Even in the best-run classes, infections may occur from the air in the operating air, the instrumentation of the instrument, or the never sterile vagina. The mildest form of infection is filamentous fever and the most serious form is life-threatening peritonitis.
The coloring of the abdominal wall is also not a literary rarity, most of which is revealed at the time of suturing.

In state-of-the-art anesthesia

Surgery today is rarely performed under anesthesia. Before that, anesthesia had its dangers. In addition to anesthesia, the fetus was also anesthetized during the initial vein anesthesia. The mortality used in the anesthetic has a rotting effect, thus increasing the risk of bleeding.
Most parents agree that epidural anesthesia is the best known procedure today. In this process, a flexible catheter is introduced with short, short-acting, short inlet injections of the spinal cord and lymphatic membrane. Through this, administer the anesthetic until the anesthetic reaches the nipple line. The disadvantage of the method is that it cannot be used in very urgent cases because it requires a minimum of 20 minutes. Bloody, infectious lungs may develop.
Unlike epidural anesthesia, lumbar anthrax is filtered into the spinal canal when anesthetized. This is not dangerous on its own, since the spinal cord reaches the height of the 1st vertebrae. The disadvantage of this method is that it has a maximum of 2 hours per operation, even though the epidural is unrestricted, the permissible operation time is unlimited.
A further disadvantage of lumbar anesthesia is that the consequences of a possible infection are much more severe, since the bacterium breeds in the brain. It may also be easier to get the insensitive too high, which can lead to a life-threatening situation by turning off vital brain centers. As a general rule, it is recommended that fetal distress be introduced immediately at the onset of childbirth, so that surgery can be performed immediately at any time, and maternal pain may not be reflexively repressed.

"Quo vadis?"

That is, where is the practice of parenting going? Unfortunately, the incidence of cesarean section has to be reckoned with a further increase which places a greater burden on the mother, and often on the fetus, and on health security in any case.
Therefore, we believe there is a need for stricter control over unreasonable parental initiation and for the reduction of congestion based on convenience considerations.