Can You Give Birth Normally After A Cyst?
Good afternoon doctor. I want to ask, I have had ovarian cyst surgery 4 months in 2019 yesterday. It turned out that at the end of the 7th month I was pregnant. And now my pregnancy is 34 weeks old. Can I give birth normally? Considering that yesterday the cystic surgery was almost similar to cesarean section. I once consulted with a doctor at the hospital but the answer was different, the doctor said that I had to operate because I was afraid that her uterus would burst. But 2 weeks later the doctor may not give birth normally. Fetal head position below. I was confused, what should I do, doctor. Thank you
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Cysts are pockets filled with fluid that can grow on the ovaries. In general, if the cyst is still small, it will disappear on its own, but if the cyst has enlarged and is disrupted, a cyst removal surgery will be performed.
In general, cyst surgery does have a procedure similar to a Caesarean section, and as is common in patients who have previously had a Caesarean, the next pregnancy will usually perform a Caesarean section as well. Because it is feared the occurrence of hemorrhoid traces of the stitches, given the time the operation is done and the time of birth is very close. A person can give birth again normally after surgery usually takes about 24 months. And even then depends on the thickness and healing of internal organs.
There are several risks that can occur if you continue to have a normal delivery, including: opening of the incision or previous stitches, bleeding, uterine infection. Therefore, it is better for you to consult with your obstetrician or doctor who has previously operated on you, because you need to have another examination and consideration if you are going to have a normal delivery. If your doctor says he can do normal relations, then the doctor has prepared and considered.
There are several factors that influence the smooth delivery, namely: the strength of pushing the mother, the size of the baby's head and finally the mouth of the uterus or the birth canal of the mother. If all of them are not complicating, then it is possible for you to have a normal delivery.
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