In a large number of cases, the imperial cut managed to save both the baby and the mother, but many women demand it regardless of whether they can give birth in a natural way, and they are not really aware of the consequences of car crashes and do not know many benefits, but also disadvantages and one and another procedure.
Scientific research has proven that the cesarean section is much more dangerous than the normal birth process because the cesarean cuts a lot of bleeding and hence blood clots are formed quickly and thus can cause death.
In addition, the main cause and main difference between these two births is to make a cut on the stomach, which automatically leads to a longer recovery time, and this is considerable and even in some cases up to a month.
In some cases, when carousel is caused by caesarean section, there may be dangerous uterine rupture, urinary bladder injury, and a large number of intestines, and many experts advise that women are naturally occurring.
danger for the mother
A high percentage of cesarean cuts makes it dangerous for the following reasons:
– The risk that a mother will die after the cesarean section is four times higher than after vaginal delivery, regardless of maternal health.
– The risk that a mother will die after the selected cesarean section (no indication) is two in 10,000 cases, four times higher than after vaginal delivery.
– 20 to 40% of women have post-operative complications – most commonly are uterine, wound or urinary infections.
– Serious infections such as pelvic abscess, septic shock and pelvic thromboembolism (blood clot) are not uncommon.
– One in 10 women has a surgical breakdown of the uterus.
– The Australian study has proven a six times higher risk of postpartum depression three months after an emergency cesarean section. This can be a consequence of early separation of mothers and babies.
– After Caesarean section, women are less satisfied with their experience of childbirth; they are less secure in handling the baby; They are tougher (up to four years later); it is more likely that they will be hospitalized again and are less likely to breastfeed the child.
– The function of the bottom of the pelvis is to a lesser extent affected by normal physiological delivery, but it is more likely to affect the delivery of a branch by forceps or vacuum extraction. Training of the muscles of the pelvic floor during or after delivery can improve this function in the short or medium length.
– Research on a large number of participants showed that the cesarean section does not protect the long-term and significant bottom of the mother’s pelvis.
Risk for the baby
Cesarean-born babies who were unnecessary were exposed to numerous risks and unnecessary interventions:
– Imperial babies miss the activation of organs and hormonal systems that are triggered when labor begins, including the thyroid, adrenal gland, kidneys, lungs, intestines, circulatory and immune system.
– Changes in the immune system last for at least six months and changes in intestinal flora (friendly bacteria) are permanent.
– Loss of placental transfusion (when blood and nutrients pass from the placenta to the baby as long as the cord is pulsating), which can contribute to breathing problems and other problems after childbirth.
– Five times higher risk of need for intensive care after delivery.
– Increased risk of premature birth; about 10 percent of babies were born more than two weeks early.
– Increased risk of breathing problems after delivery: minor problems are 6 times higher compared to 3 percent in vaginal delivery, even if the birth was in the period.
– After cesarean surgery 1.6 percent of babies need respirator for serious respiratory problems compared to 0.3 percent in vaginal delivery.
– Pulmonary hypertension, of which 40 to 60 per cent of affected children dies, can affect 3 to 5 out of 1,000 children born with the desired caesarean section (without indications) compared to 0.8 of 1000 children born in a vaginal way.
– One to two percent of the risk for a surgical wound (accidental incision of the child) during the operation.
– Baby risks in all subsequent cesarean delivery include: increased risk of premature birth, low birth weight, poor birth and death, due to all of the above reasons.