Does Keloid Affect To Give Birth After A Caesarean (vbac)?
I want to ask if it really affects the keloid to be able to vbac. My first pregnancy was cesarean and now the second pregnancy with a distance of 3 years, because I have a keloid used in shape which is indeed not good, I hope to be able to give birth normally because in this pregnancy I have no complaints everything is normal
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Normal childbirth (vaginal) post-cesarean delivery (VBAC) is not impossible. As long as you and your fetus are in good condition, VBAC can be taken. Compared to cesarean delivery, giving birth normally does have more advantages, including because of the faster recovery time, the risk of bleeding is smaller, the risk of infection is smaller, the risk of injury to the urinary tract or gastrointestinal tract is smaller, and so on. But of course, there are many considerations that must be carefully considered before undergoing VBAC.
The presence of keloids in previous cesarean scars is not a factor that blocks VBAC. As long as the doctor does not find problems in the health aspects of you and other fetuses, VBAC can also be taken. Here are some other conditions that are also worth considering before deciding on VBAC:
Your posture (mothers with obesity are not advised to undergo VBAC) Blood pressure (patients with hypertension are not advised to undergo VBAC) Age (mothers over 35 years old are not recommended to undergo VBAC) Distance between current pregnancy and previous labor (if the distance is less than 19 months , VBAC is not recommended) Fetal size (if the fetus is too large, VBAC is not recommended) Previous cesarean section wounds (mothers with vertical incision wounds are not advised to undergo VBAC) Hospital policy (Although there are many benefits, VBAC is not a minimum risk. watch out for mothers who want to undergo VBAC is uterine rupture.This condition can be very dangerous and even life-threatening. Therefore, the hospital must be prepared to provide facilities to deal with the worst possible.) As mentioned above, considerations for determining the best way of labor, not only for the mother, but also for the unborn fetus I decided it myself. You need to consult this matter directly with your obstetrician directly yes .. A good doctor will certainly try his best for his patients.
I hope this helps.