Can Give Birth Normally With A History Of Ever Having A Caesarean.?
slmt mlm … I used to be sc in 2010 and now I am currently carrying a 37-week age … the fetal position is still … what I want to ask can I have a normal delivery if I have another sc … even though the baby is in a good position and still pelvis
Hello, good morning, Momih Bella ...
VBAC (Vagina Birth After Caesarian), or spontaneous delivery (normal) after a caesarean section can generally be done, but this needs to be consulted first to the obstetrician, because not all women who had previously given birth SC can give birth spontaneously (normal) in pregnancy next. So, still consult your obstetrician first, ma'am ...
The following are some conditions for spontaneous labor (normal) for women who had previously given birth in a SC:
pregnancy distance of at least 2 years the size of the pelvis is not narrow and the size of the baby is not large (more than 4000 grams) there is no placenta previa (placenta or placenta blocking the birth canal) the baby's position is not transverse there is no preeclampsia or eclampsia (blood pressure high in pregnancy) there is no sign of fetal disturbances uterine incision lines are low and transverse (horizontal), the type of incision that is vertical or forming the letter T is more at risk of experiencing tears in the uterus has never had surgery on the uterus that has a wide range of no abnormalities in the uterus
Consult your obstetrician about the most ideal delivery method for your current condition. So, I hope that this will help and hopefully the delivery will go smooth, ma'am.