Planning A Pregnancy With A History Of Cesarean Section Due To The Supine Position Of The Baby?
Tonight, I’m 32 years old. In 2014 I was cured, 2015 gave birth to a cesarean because of the supine position of the baby, and there was a myoma, april 2019 was pregnant 7 months out of blood, was removed because the placenta covered the road, high blood pressure, my baby only lived 3 weeks. What for the next year can I get pregnant again and what should I do so that my pregnancy goes well until the birth and the baby is healthy.
Hello Mrs. Khayla Afifa thank you for consulting us on HealthReplies.com. Based on your pregnancy history and previous birth history, there really seems to be a problem with each pregnancy, which causes several medical procedures for you and your baby. Basically, according to research that has been done, the body that had experienced childbirth is either normal or caesarean at least takes 1.5 to 2 years to be ready to get pregnant again. Remember the caesarean section you have had and to reduce and avoid complications that can harm you and your future baby.
You should make improvements to your body so that the caesarean scar recovers quickly and your uterus is ready to get pregnant again. The preparation you need to do is:
consult your obstetrician to be able to discuss your current condition and your pregnancy plans in the future, try to have an ideal body weight by checking your BMI (Body Mass Index) so that later you can avoid complications during pregnancy such as high blood pressure during pregnancy, bleeding during pregnancy and the possibility of babies born with low birth weight. Prepare your mental health so that you can manage stress, anxiety, sadness or worry that can affect your health and pregnancy later. Because according to research women who experience depression are more at risk of fertility than women who are mentally healthy. do a healthy lifestyle by consuming foods with balanced nutrition and avoid artificial sweeteners and caffeine. Eat foods that are high in protein and consume fruits, vegetables and nuts that are good for your body. Avoid exposure to cigarette smoke which can endanger your health. also do regular exercise because exercise can make the body cope with the changes that will be experienced during pregnancy until delivery. It's best to get yourself to exercise for at least 30 minutes for 5 days a week before you become pregnant or during pregnancy. However, adjust the type of exercise according to your condition or according to the doctor's advice. Do your preparations before starting the pregnancy program again to support your pregnancy and to prepare your baby to be healthy until birth later. Thus we can convey, hopefully our information is useful for you. thanks.