Pregnant Women With Anemia Can They Give Birth Normally Or By Caesarean?
afternoon r ndok I am pregnant but I have a history of anemia and I also have symptoms of lungs but have been treated for 6 months r so can I have a normal birth? because the midwife she raised her hand a problem of lack of blood must be born at the hospital afraid of anything going on r nthanks😊
Hello May Maya,
Indications of cesarean section are actually quite a lot, it could be due to problems in the mother, problems in the fetus, or things outside of it based on doctor's consideration. Actually a history of anemia and pulmonary disease is not an indication of a caesarean section, it is necessary to check the current condition to find out the most appropriate action. If lack of blood can still be corrected, for example with blood booster supplements or transfusions, and there are currently no breathing problems, normal delivery can be recommended.
Indications for cesarean section include:
Indications from the mother: Repeated caesarean section There is something that obstructs the birth canal, such as a myoma located in the birth canal that interferes with birth Infection of pelvic abnormalities Certain heart abnormalities Preeclampsia Indications of the fetus: Congenital abnormalities Transverse fetal position, or premature baby breech or other abnormalities of the position does not allow normal labor. Infections Another condition of CPD (cephalopelvic disproportion) when the fetal head is bigger than the pelvis burrow Abnormalities, one of which is placenta previa, ie the placenta covers the birth canal
There are many other conditions that require a cesarean section. Consult your obstetrician. If it's at risk, it may be possible for the obstetrician to suggest a normal delivery, but in the hospital. Hospital deliveries are superior in the supervision of obstetricians and more complete facilities, as well as better and faster access to supporting examinations and blood banks. But in terms of ease of closeness to the place of residence, comfort and cost, of course labor is superior. If not at high risk, a normal birth can be done at a midwife.
To be safer, you should consult your obstetrician before planning a birth and express your wishes. If safe, your obstetrician can allow you to give birth at a midwife.
Also read: Caesarean section