Can I Have A Normal Delivery After A Caesarean?
Tonight … I am now 33 years old and was pregnant with my second child when I was pregnant, I did it cesarely because my hips were narrow … now my first child is 8 years old … what I want to ask is there is a possibility that I wouldn’t want to give birth normal for the birth of my second child … Thank you …
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Conditions for a normal delivery can be done for someone who has had a former SC 1 x are:
1. The distance of labor that will be traversed with previous SC deliveries is at least 18 months, some hospitals use 2 years.
2. A single baby with the bottom is the head
3. The size of the pelvis is broad so that the baby can pass
4. Previous SC horizontal or horizontal suture wound
6. Delivery must be done in the hospital, because it is at risk of uterine rupture so it requires immediate surgery to save the mother and baby. You need to know, the uterus rupture requires immediate treatment time, which is under 30 minutes to save the mother's life and under 8 minutes to save the baby's life. This condition is really like being chased by time.
As for the size of this pelvis, will be examined at the time of pregnancy is quite long. The examination will be carried out by an obstetrician directly. The examination is done by inserting a finger into the vaginal opening. For that, consult with your obstetrician.
If the requirements are met, so that normal delivery can be done easily, set the estimated fetal weight. Minimum birth weight is 2500 grams. You can target under 3000 grams, but reach a minimum weight.
Thus hopefully useful.