Can Myoma Postoperatively Give Birth Normally?
Good afternoon … I want to ask, can myoma be delivered after a normal operation? I operated on myoma in 2012 and is now pregnant with a fever
Good evening, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. There is no obstacle for people with myoma or people who have had myoma surgery to give birth normally. But this will depend on each person again.
For some people, there are those who have only one myoma, small, cause no symptoms and do not obstruct the delivery route. Those who have myoma like this can give birth normally. But if the myoma is large so that it compresses and blocks various structures, then a normal delivery might be difficult. Same is the case with surgery. If the surgery goes well, without any complications, and so far there is no special record from the obstetrician regarding her pregnancy, then labor can be done normally. But if after that action the stomach muscles become weak, there are adhesions, or other abnormalities, then it is not impossible to have a cesarean section.
Then the most able to answer your questions is your obstetrician. Ask him if there have been abnormalities in your pregnancy, if your history of surgery will interfere, or if there is a potential for future disruption in labor. This is the importance of routinely seeing a gynecologist since early pregnancy, because if there are abnormalities, can be monitored and determined much earlier treatment.
For now, there is no need to worry too much, just maintain your pregnancy by avoiding cigarettes, consumption of supplements and pregnancy vitamins, multiply eating vegetables and fruit, enough water, avoid strenuous activities, and adequate rest. So, hopefully answering your question.