SC Surgery Due To Vaginal Varicose Veins?
, I want to ask. If there are varicose veins in the prenulum area in pregnant 37weeks that are as big as the tip of the pinkie what should be SC? Is there a possibility that it can be normal? If for the next pregnancy can it be normal? Can varicose veins recover completely? Thank you
Vaginal varicose veins are a condition that can occur in pregnancy. Symptoms are generally not typical, such as a sense of pressure, discomfort, and swelling of the vagina. This condition is found on examination by a doctor or midwife.
Handling of vaginal varicose veins will be adjusted to the patient's condition whether it causes swelling in the pelvis, whether it is related to leg varicose veins, and whether it improves or not after the puerperium is complete. Some treatments for vaginal varicose that doctors can give include sclerotherapy, embolization, and surgery. Vaginal varicose that does not improve or is not treated can become more severe in subsequent pregnancies.
Regarding labor, vaginal varicose veins are not an absolute indication of a caesarean section. Pregnant women with partial vaginal varicose can undergo normal labor, but if varicose veins are so large that they interfere with or cover the birth canal or if varicose veins are prone to rupture causing bleeding, perhaps the doctor will consider a caesarean procedure. Some indications for cesarean section include:
Fetal distress Pelvic head dysfunction or often referred to as narrow pelvis Large baby more than 4000gram Position of the fetus not head presentation An abnormality of umbilical cord obstruction The birth canal obstructs the placenta covering the birth canal or the mass of the birth canal The mother has an infection that is feared to be contagious to the fetus when a normal delivery is performed, for example genital herpes, HIV Trials of the normal labor process are not going well Mother has a certain medical history such as high blood pressure, uterine rupture, no uterine contractions History of previous cesarean section (need to look at the condition of the uterus at this time) I recommend so that you consult directly with your obstetrician about vaginal varicose veins and delivery options that are safest for you and your baby. In the meantime you can do the following tips:
Prop your feet with a pillow while lying on the bed Stand up and sit too long or walk too far Put a roll of towel between your thighs to compress the dilated blood vessels in varicose veins Use special underwear that can support your back and lower abdomen Cold compresses to reduce discomfort in the vagina Swim (first consult with your obstetrician about swimming or other sports during pregnancy) Hope that helps you,