Normal Delivery Or Cesarean Delivery In Patients With Fibroids With A History Of Bleeding At 2 Months Of Gestation?
Good afternoon doctorrnI want to ask, now I am 6 months pregnant. Back in 2002, I had an accident that my spleen ruptured and had to be removed because there was a vertical surgery scar on my stomach starting from under the breast to 15cm below the navel. And I have a myoma of 7cm. I have a history of bleeding at the age of 2 months for 3 weeks. Can I give birth normally or should I have a cesarean section?rnThanks in advance, doctor.
Hi Mira, Thank you for your question on HealthReplies.com
The choice of cesarean section or vaginal delivery is a very important thing
After laparotomy surgery, there will be a risk of adhesions or adhesions of the surrounding tissue, with a myoma of 7 cm there will be a risk of bleeding, especially if you have a history of bleeding during 2 months of pregnancy.
Adhesions or adhesions Bleeding Risk of uterine tearing Risk of uterine infection However, it is better for you to consult your gynecologist again, because the doctor who examines you knows your condition, the doctor will examine you, and the possibility of a safe delivery method for you that is not at risk with condition of you and your fetus.
Some suggestions for you
Routine control of your pregnancy Avoid excessive activity eat nutritious food for the development of the fetus and your health Thank you, hopefully useful. dr.Nurmarwiyah