Is It Safe Not To Use Birth Control After A Cesarean Section?
Good morning I 3 months ago sc operation and my baby died because the womb is still running 6 months the reason was sc because of premature rupture of membranes and breech babies, is it safe if not KB?
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After a cesarean section, the recommended distance for a woman to get pregnant again can vary, often ranging from 1 to 2 years. This advice was made to allow the uterus and other reproductive organs to recover as before, and be ready to conceive a new fetus. If the distance between your next pregnancy is too close to your previous cesarean section, you are more at risk of uterine rupture (uterine tears), placental disorders (such as abruptio placenta), and other disorders of pregnancy, childbirth, and post-copy. Your potential for cesarean delivery will be even greater if the distance between your pregnancy is very close.
Of course, the recommended distance between pregnancies can vary depending on the condition of each person. In some cases, your doctor may allow you to get pregnant again early, or even later. This also determines whether or not you are using KB right now, and what type of KB is right for you to use. Therefore, ideally you should consult directly with a doctor or obstetrician who treats you beforehand so that an appropriate explanation is given.
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