How Many Times Is The Maximum Caesar?
I have had 3 cesareans, the last 7 months ago and I am still breastfeeding, now I am late for my period, I am worried that if I am pregnant, I will use the KB birth control system. How do I make it so I can menstruate? And how many times the maximum operation of Caesar?
Thank you for the question.
Keep in mind a few things:
First, late menstruation can not only be caused by pregnancy. It could also be that your menstrual delay is caused by other factors, such as the influence of hormones that are not balanced (including being breastfeeding and using certain birth control), obesity, stress, fatigue, thyroid gland abnormalities, ovarian cysts, and so on. So, to find out whether you are pregnant or not, further tests need to be done, including with a urine test, blood test, or ultrasound.
Second, if it is true that you are pregnant, not always you will later give birth by cesarean section. So far, how many times it is safe for a woman to undergo a cesarean section is still a matter of debate. But it should be understood, that the more often cesarean section performed, the risk will be even greater. There are many risks involved, ranging from risks to the mother (for example, heavy bleeding, tissue adhesions, rupture of the uterus, until death) and also to the fetus (for example breathing disorders, miscarriages, born prematurely, born with LBW, even experiencing LBW death in the womb and after birth). It is not impossible that mothers who have had multiple cesarean deliveries will be able to give birth normally, it's just that the potential is very small, given the greater risk. It is also necessary to have a comprehensive examination by a doctor in order to determine what the best labor technique can be done.
Regarding your condition, we suggest that you consult yourself directly to a doctor or obstetrician. That way, we can be sure whether you are pregnant or not, and even if you are pregnant, then about what labor will be done later. In the meantime, there are no specific steps to trigger menstruation that we can recommend. However, you should first live a healthy lifestyle and diet, increase rest and exercise, and do not carelessly take any medicine or herbal remedy without the advice of a doctor.
Hope this helps ...