Proper Delivery After A History Of Caesarean Section?
, when giving birth to my first child sc, because the doctor told me. That’s because myopia weighs around 13 lbh. he said afraid something would happen to my eyes.
Good evening, thanks for the question
So far, many still believe that high myopia is an indication for labor by surgery. But actually there is no scientific evidence to support the statement.
Research states that there is no evidence that women with high myopia will cause a condition of detachment / detachment of the retinal layer due to normal childbirth.
The only indication that women with high myopia should not give birth normally is if there is evidence of the formation of new blood vessels in the choroidal lining of the eye which can cause retinal bleeding and acute postnatal vision loss due to high pressure in the eye.
Another eye condition that requires a caesarean section is glaucoma with progressive visual impairment, where normal delivery will increase eye pressure and cause further damage to the retinal cells.
For that, do consult with your ophthalmologist for recommendations and the possibility of giving birth normally in conditions like you. Also consult your obstetrician since you also have a history of previous caesarean section, so you need some other medical considerations.
That's all, hope you can help