Feel The Fly Effect During Caesarean Section Anesthesia?
Hello doctor, r nI want to ask something that has been curious for me for a long time. R n6 months ago I gave birth via SC, I have something to ask, some of the experiences I heard were that nothing was felt during the operation, baby knows already out, but why was it when I was in SC then, I felt my stomach was pushed, pulled, then sometimes it felt tight, the point was very uncomfortable, then for a moment I heard my baby’s cry, I immediately felt like I was asleep, and then during ari2 Cleansed from the uterus, it feels like a very strong adhesive has been pulled out of the flesh, it feels painful and uncomfortable (I have tears in my eyes) then when it’s done, I fly again, is all I feel just my euphoria? Or is there something else? R n r nThank you
Thank you for the question.
In caesarean section, most of the anesthesia is performed through the back. Caesarean section is performed on several indications:
placenta previa or low-lying placenta imbalance in the size of the hip bone of the mother with the baby in the cross-section of the mother's age history of hypertension, diabetes in pregnant women with infections such as HIV or genital herpes infection. The difference is that in anesthetic through the back, the mother will not feel the body at the center down but is still in a conscious state, while the general mother will be sedated all over her body. Before doing anesthesia will be given drugs to facilitate anesthesia called premedication. The fly that you feel can be caused by premedication drugs or it can also be due to anesthesia being carried out.
Do you still feel that effect today? If so, immediately consult your obstetrician.
The suggestions that I can give during the recovery period from cesarean section:
Adequate rest do not lift heavy weights, drink lots of water, will prevent the next pregnancy from 18 to 24 months.
dr. Kresnawati Wahyu Setiono